[/url]I know that the vast majority of you are on vacation right now. I also know that many of you have children who will be looking for fun things to do during vacation days. SciShow Kids has a couple of videos about hands-on science projects that kids can do at home. The first video is [url=http://feeds.feedblitz.com/~/t/0/0/freetech4teachers/~https://youtu.be/5mGn6mrlrfw
]The Coolest Machine Ever![/url] In this video students learn how to build a Rube Goldberg machine. They also learn who Rube Goldberg was.
SciShow Kids also recently released [url=http://feeds.feedblitz.com/~/t/0/0/freetech4teachers/~https://youtu.be/PKvU2kfGnCE
]Make Your Own Cartoon![/url] In that video students learn how old fashioned cartoons were made by using a series of drawings that are displayed in rapid succession. The real purpose of the video is to show students how to create a zoetrope to play a cartoon. That's something that kids can do at home with parents.This post originally appeared on Free Technology for Teachers if you see it elsewhere, it has been used without permission
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