Students explore the two kinds of fluids: liquids and gases. They explain that liquids (water), unlike gases (air), cannot be compressed. This property makes them ideal for hydraulic work applications.
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Biological Oceanographic Investigations – Call to Arms
How many simple machines does it take to make a robotic arm? An inquiry-based lesson explores that topic and challenges pupils to build a robotic arm that can stretch, turn, and more. A few questions help guide them in the right...
5th - 6th Science
Can A Thousand Tiny Swarming Robots Outsmart Nature?
Kilobots, made from only $15 worth of parts, work together to achieve a group goal. The video explains how with a few simple lines of programming, these tiny robots tackle tasks in much the same way animals or cells have for centuries....
4 mins 6th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
The Fibonacci Sequence and Robots
What better way to introduce the idea of a sequence than with robots! An educational instructional activity explains the classic Fibonacci sequence before pupils build and program a robot to move. Additionally, the instructional activity...
6th - 8th Math CCSS: Designed