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Either Lollypop Dragon which had scientific overtones - a segment on maps and globes, for example, or maybe Great Space Coaster, which came out around l980 I am going by what I see in Juvenile book stalls (Like in Toys-R-US) and old TV guides as I have been Off TV since l98l with very few exceptions, certainly not kiddy shows.
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Here's a good idea: See what causes the most rust on a penny, orange juice, grape juice, apple juice, or water. It's fairly easy, and kind of fun. And as a last resort, y…ou can always go with the which-paper-towel-brand-is-the-strongest expirement. Its a classic. Or you can see what kind of mentos and pop combo blow up the most!!!
you can test brands of toothpaste by staining eggs in kool aid or coffee and then use different toothpastes to brush the eggs and see which one is the whitest
A conclusion at the end of a science experiment states what had happened in the experiment and why it happened. This is a short summary of the whole experiment that proves if …the prediction at the beginning of your experiment was right or wrong. For example: Conclusion for watering seeds with saltwwater The roots of the plant had turned brown and started to die because the salt had prevented them from absorbing the water. This simple sentence explains what had happened, why it had happened and whether your prediction at the beginning of the experiment was right or wrong.
The best way is to have a lot of visual adds and fun things to keep the kids entertained while your try to explain the science behind it.
The science teachers name was Eugene Pool
The science behind roller coasters is pretty simple. They actually go waaay back in history. Now at days, people use steel or metal to build it. They bolt it together and viol…a! A Roller Coaster! But one problem, the train that goes on it! The train that goes on it is a magnet and has wheels. The weight of the train and the chains on the roller coaster move it. Happy Searching! :)
What is the name of a kids TV show from the 90s that was set in a castle and had talking gargoyles and an animated cat and dragon?
Megamaths I believe it is.
South Park. His name is Eric Cartman, but most of the characters just call him Cartman.
Some experiments that I have done with my children are erupting volcano you will need: baking powder fake volcano made out of play dough vinegar another experiment… is the pepper trick you will need: pepper container water detergent first you put the water in the container then put the pepper in, dip your finger in detergent and put your finger into the water with the pepper, then watch what happens. another experiment is the floating egg 1) get an egg 2)get a glass of water 3)fill the glass with cold water 4)put salt in the water 5) mix the salt water with a spoon or fork 6)put egg in salt water and watch what happens
Many sciences are involved. There must be an analysis of the stress that can be withstood repeatedly and over a long period of time by all the materials used in construction, …from foundations all the way up to the cushions and harnesses on the seats, and everything else in between. Exacting standards have to be applied to all of the design and engineering of the mechanisms involved, including all safety features, systems to keep the rollers/wheels on the tracks, and so forth. The physics has to be thoroughly understood so that resulting forces will not come close to causing any harm or injury to the passengers (while at the same time giving thrills that are enjoyable to roller coaster fans). The electrical and power systems have to be perfectly understood, tested, safe, reliable and durable. The chemistry involved in all the various kinds of lubrication throughout the system has to be completely understood. For example, all other things could have been designed and assembled to absolute perfection, and then a lubricant that happens to be a solvent for some crucial safety feature is liberally applied. The lubricant was hyped as the most weather-resistant lubricant in the world; no one bothered to learn that it literally dissolves the structures that hold the rollers in place while the carts are upside down. Environmental planning (yes, this is science) has to be exacting and flawless. What would happen if a huge water ride were too close to the bottom of a roller coaster loop, and the chemicals to treat the water had a corrosive effect on some of the roller coaster's systems over time? Or perhaps it wasn't realized that the roller coaster is dangerously close to and in line with (in the wrong direction) one of the golf course tee-off's? The above is only scratching the surface.
What is the name of the kids science show on TV in the 1960s I remember the guy was tall with a mustache and had lots of well labeled boxes that he did experiments from perhaps from the west coast?
What is the name of the kids' science TV show that had a professor and a female assistant and a rat?
What is the kids tv show from the '70s that opened with David Niven looking into a crystal ball had a dude dressed as a witch brewing potions a guru flooded with flowers and science experiments?
To the best of my knowledge the British actor David Niven never did anything resembling a juvenile Television ( or Telly) program! It sounds like it could be something like th…e Cool Ghoul- John Zacherle- pronounced like Zachary but Zak-err -Lee). Monster Mash is a song, not a television program.
Yes there was. It was usually presented by a man and a woman together. The opening titles if I remember correctly were five balls of plasticine that had the letters WATCH on t…hem and they used to open up and turn into other things. I have looked on YouTube etc for any copies of the programme but can't find any. Hope this helps