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Below you’ll find a number of learning activities focused on different areas of science and different aspects of our Earth. Have fun exploring!


Architecture is the science of designing and building structures, especially ones that support living in our communities.


Geology is the science that studies what the Earth is made of and the forces that act on it.


Astrophysics is the study of stars and other celestial bodies, and the application of the laws of physics to observations of space.


Ecology is the science studying the relationship of animals to each other and their environment.


Zoology is the science that studies animals, both living and extinct, and how they interact with their ecosystems.


Archaeology is the scientific study of past human life and culture.

Archeologists have been studying the Egyptian pyramids for decades and are still uncovering new discoveries.


Anatomy is the study of the body and how it works.

How does your body protect itself when you get sick?


Oceanography: Study of the world’s Oceans

Some of the greatest mysteries that remain on Earth are hidden in the world’s oceans. Oceanographers are working to solve those mysteries.

Science Projects


For this project you will need:

Watch & Do: Make colors blend with Mrs. Breitling

Amazing Bouncing Egg

An egg can bounce?! How does it work? Can you make it happen?

Watch & Do: Make an amazing bouncing egg with Mrs. Breitling

Sink or Float: An Egg Experiment

Do you think an egg sinks or floats in water? Is there a way you can change what it does?

Watch & Do: Follow along with Mrs. Breitling

Parents, please don’t hesitate to contact Mrs. Harvey if you have questions.