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Science Will Save the World! Episode 3: We’ve Got Chemistry! (Acid and Base Experiment) with Jessie Rack

Science Will Save the World! Episode 3: We’ve Got Chemistry! (Acid and Base Experiment) with Jessie Rack
Today we are exploring the wonderful world of chemistry with an acid-base experiment. Using household ingredients, we create a reaction that (if we’re lucky) makes a Ziploc bag explode!

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Science Will Save the World! Episode 1: How to Make a Homemade Magnifying Glass

Science Will Save the World! Episode 1: How to Make a Homemade Magnifying Glass with Jessie Rack

Stuck at home? Why not do some science? Today, with the help of Penny the Cat, I demonstrate how to make a homemade magnifying glass with things you probably have around the house. I’ll also explain how it works – through the science of vision and light, and the power of lenses.

Come for the science, stay for the awkward sound effects and the time Penny knocks stuff off the couch.

This production brought to you by the University of Arizona’s Community and School Garden Program. And Penny!

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Watershed Map

Click on the map and find the watershed/drainage are for that spot. List all tributaries (you can sort them by length etc) allows for upstream/downstream navigation. Also shows the way the water takes to the sea.Search by address or river name as well. Overlay additional resources like snow, reservoirs, water diversions, watershed importance to drinking water supply etc.

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Up in the Air: an Air Pollution Education Program

“Up in the Air: an Air Pollution Education Program” is designed around the big idea that our actions impact air quality in both positive and negative ways. This environmental education program engages K-5th Grade students in hands-on learning activities designed to promote collaboration and critical thinking skills.

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Population Education

Population Education, a program of Population Connection, is the only national program with a strong emphasis on curriculum and professional development for K-12 educators that focuses on human population issues.

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Gardens for Humanity (Sedona)

Founded in 1996, Gardens for Humanity works for ecological education to help give our children and all members of our community the values, tools and experiences needed to seek and regain balance with the natural world.

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Sedona Recycles (Sedona)

Sedona Recycles is a non-profit community recycling center dedicated to environmental education.

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Arizona Wildlife Education Network Facebook Group

The Arizona Wildlife Education Network Facebook group provides a centralized location for Arizona educators just like you to network and share ideas about wildlife education.