kids. Sunday , August 13th , 2017 - 20:12:59 PM
4. Controls: Depending on a child's age, student microscopes have user-friendly features. More robust and simpler models work for younger kids, while older kids appreciate more choices in magnification and control knobs. Make sure the microscope has both coarse and fine focus options. Some models have a mechanical stage so that slides can be moved smoothly for positioning under the lens.
Fear Factor Party This party is for the daring only. The main activity at this party is the eating contest, make gross food for the party goers to eat such as eyeballs (peeled grapes) and other similar ideas, and just get creative. Also put out brains (cooked cauliflower) for them to touch while blindfolded, they could also touch boiling hot water (actually ice water but if the brain believes its hot it tricks them and the freezing cold actually feels hot for a couple of seconds) the ideas are endless. Make a worms and dirt cake. For goodie bags just fill them with anything slimy that you can find, they have those gooey bouncy balls, and candies such as gummy worms.
So many, I think it would be impossible to name all of them. But here are a few that I have used that work really well:
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