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Nature’s Autumn Art

September 18, 2017 For those of us who live in a climate that experiences autumn, the leaves of trees become particularly beautiful. Leaves are the solar powered food factories of tree. more »»

Slime Time

July 26, 2017 Have you recently made slime? While there’s currently an uptick in slime-preneurs on the internet, here at the SMART-Center, we have made different kinds of slime for many year. more »»

2017: A Prime Year

January 24, 2017 Have you noticed that there are different kinds of whole numbers? All positive whole numbers easily can be divided into “odd” (numbers whose last right digit is 1, 3, 5, 7 or 9) and “even” (numbers... more »»

Super Slimy Halloween

October 11, 2016 Many of us think of “yucky” and “scary” things at Halloween. more »»

Animals in Action

October 11, 2016 Autumn provides unique opportunities to see animals in action. Forest undergrowth thins. Many local species must prepare for the winter. Non-native birds pass through in search of warmer weathe. more »»

Strings, Strings, Strings!

September 13, 2016 Can you name a stringed instrument? How about a guitar? Or, the largest group of instruments in the orchestra — the violin? Violins are named “strings” because their sound is made by the strings tha... more »»

Mozart the Genius

June 7, 2016 Did you ever write a song? When he was 5 years old, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart had already composed many songs. Can you imagine? Listen to these on YouTube and see what you think. more »»

April Showers May Bring Rainbows

April 18, 2016 Rainbows have long been seen as a symbol of hope and of encouragement. Most people love rainbows. more »»

The Girl Who Loved Math (To the Moon and Back!)

March 21, 2016 From an early age, Katherine G. Johnson loved doing mathematics. She would count everything. She loved to figure things out. She always asked questions. She was born Aug. more »»

Over the River and Through the Wood

November 10, 2015 Thanksgiving is a great time to sing about going to Grandma’s house and eating pumpkin pie. more »»

Can You See the Light (Part Two)

November 10, 2015 In last month’s issue of the Ohio Valley Parent Magazine, in the Just For Kids section, SMART Science introduced the ideas of pollution in general and specifically the idea of light pollution. more »»

Buzzing, Buzzing Trumpets!

September 8, 2015 One of the favorite instruments for marching bands is the trumpet. more »»

Measuring Time

September 8, 2015 Summer vacation always seems to fly by. more »»

From the Highest to the Lowest

May 7, 2015 Do you have a favorite instrument in the orchestra? Of course, my favorites are the ones I play, the flute and its little sister, the piccolo! As the smallest instrument in the orchestra, the piccol... more »»

Is It a Bird or a Flute?

March 4, 2015 Listen! Is it a bird .. more »»

Circle or Sphere?

March 4, 2015 Children are born explorers and scientists. Investigation and experimentation is what they do. They learn how to navigate the world based on all of their discoveries and observation. more »»

Take a Snowflake Photo!

January 12, 2015 Have you ever looked closely at a single snowflake? Snowflakes are so small and have so much detail that a photograph may be the only way to fully appreciate their beaut. more »»

Is it a Piano or a Celeste?

December 2, 2014 Pianos are one of the largest instruments! Some are VERY large — concert grand pianos are 9 feet long! And baby grands are about 4 feet lon. more »»

'Scent'sational Holiday Science

December 2, 2014 Holiday scents are some of the things that people like best about the holiday season. more »»

Native Food Science for Thanksgiving

November 4, 2014 Thanksgiving features foods that were enjoyed long before the first pilgrims stepped on to this continent. Pumpkins are an original American food. more »»

 
 

 

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