2018-19:

Can you tell I'm no musician!

It's one thing to have toy Hot Wheels complete a loop da loop.  It's another to see actual cars doing it!!

I couldn't make it all the way through this song, so had to hire my son.

More experiments in microgravity from the International Space Station.  This one shows water "sheets" with food coloring spreading through them.

If you're interested in mastering the Tying a Knot in a String With a Simple Motion, here is the solution video.

Love it or hate it, you have to admit this rendition of Jingle Bells is different!!

An activity for later in the week.

This YouTube video presents 50 misconceptions in science that are common.  We discussed a few of these, but not most of them.

Holiday Songs on Mr. Stith's Homemade Instruments:

​Summer Enrichment 2018:

One final song for the holidays:  Joy to the World on my xylophona automata!

This is a yearly favorite:  Paper Air Pressure Rockets

  A German magician/salesperson demonstrates amazing iPad capabilities.  The hand is quicker than the eye!

Today's S.E.T. Club is based on this game from the 1970s.

O Christmas Tree on the Melody Stick.


Several ideas for this summer's projects came from cereal box toys!

My Rolling Xylophone!

2016:

Holiday Entertainment:

A different version of another Monday activity!

Mr. Phillips and I didn't perform this at the Monsoon Talent Show, but look at our talent!!

Another fascinating advertisement by Honda.  I almost put this in "Light" because these are optical illusions...  Watch!  Very cool!!

Watch this incredibly clever "symphony" at a German supermarket.  Very fun!!

Watch this incredibly clever "symphony" at a German supermarket.  Very fun!!

  A German magician/salesperson demonstrates amazing iPad capabilities.  The hand is quicker than the eye!

Astronomy Picture of the Day:

Each day a different image is featured including an explanation by a professional astronomer.  Brought to us by NASA.

Earth Science Picture of the Day: NASA's Earth Science Division brings us these amazing photographs.

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