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Where did the stars come from? And the Sun? How was our Earth created? And what about the rest of the Universe?
Did you know that you use the scientific method everyday without even knowing it?
Why does sand settle to the bottom of the ocean, but salt mixes in? How do people get sea salt out of the sea?
Could you tell the difference between sugar and salt without tasting them? Have you ever seen a crystal up close? How are crystals made?
Do liquids all freeze at the same temperature?
What are the differences between ice, water, and steam? What are the similarities between water, juice, and milk?
What is a force? Do we have force? Do solids have force? What about liquids and gases?
Is clay a solid even though you can change its shape? Why is it easy to pour water, but hard to pour honey?
How does panning for gold work? Why is it hot at the top of a pool, and colder at the bottom?
How do suction cups work? Is there anything they can’t stick to?
What would you find if you went outside and dug a hole into the Earth? What if you kept digging past all the roots, the bugs, and the dirt, and kept digging down further?
How is all of the land on Earth made? Where does the rock we live on come from?
Close your eyes for 5 seconds. Did you feel the ground moving? Is it true that North America is moving further away from Europe?
What makes the ground shake during an Earthquake? Could one happen where you live? What about a volcano? Why do some erupt, and some don’t?
What makes the stars shine? How far away are they? Why is a year 365 days? Why don’t we float off into outer space?
Why does the sun rise and set everyday? What if one day it didn’t?
Why is it always hotter in Brazil than it is in Antarctica?
Why does it get darker earlier during the winter? Why is it colder?
You may know the Story of Numbers, but have you heard the Story of the Elements? When did people first discover gold? How did people discover oxygen if they couldn't see it?
When did we start using fire? What 3 components does fire need to burn?
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