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What's I'm seeing now-ishBeautiful morning for a run along the lake. Happy birthday, @wentlooking !Added wheel lights that I got for Christmas to my bike so I can be seen from the side. Not sure which Christmas I got them, but we still lived in Boise so... #SafetyEventuallySuccessful prototype. This measures elevation and acceleration of a rocket, then transmits the data to a second Arduino connected to a computer to store the data. This was requested by a teacher for their class. Fun build. Now to soldier it together. #MakersGonnaMake #Arduino #EngineeringAtWorkComing out of the water at the #Renton #PolarBearPlunge. No one wanted to hug me. 😞 (pc: Rebekah Welch @SeattleTimes https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/swimmers-brave-chilly-waters-in-renton-polar-bear-plunge/)Starting to see hummingbirds at our new feeder.
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This week we were discussing activities and demonstrations we could offer as part of a collaboration between the Discovery Center of Idaho and Boise Parks and Rec. We wanted activities related to water since the Parks and Rec site will … Continue reading
Growing up, we were often doing science experiments around the house, in the yard and in (our favorite place) restaurants. We would often hear about potential experiments from others and knew we had to try them. Once we even got … Continue reading
On Wednesday, the local Whole Foods donated 5% of their sales to the Discovery Center of Idaho. Most of the staff of the Discovery Center spent some time at Whole Foods that day talking to customers, doing science demonstrations and … Continue reading
As I mentioned previously, Jen Lokey, Isabel Leeder and I presented a session on the benefits of physical activity on learning. There is plenty of research available showing that all sorts of good biochemistry starts happening in the brain when … Continue reading
At ASTC I helped present a session where we discussed how physical activity improves learning. A short video of one of our activities is below. We asked the participants to crab walk the length of a cow’s small intestine (~110′). … Continue reading