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  • Learn about opaque, translucent, and transparent materials and how these differences affect what we see under the Foldscope!
  • Foldscope Explores... Spaghetti is here to help you celebrate National Spaghetti Day on January 4th! Fix up a plate of your favorite pasta, grab your Foldscope, and explore with me!
  • Foldscope Explores... Tea Leaves is all about the macroscopic and microscopic beauty of tea leaves. Grab a mug of your favorite tea and your Foldscope and explore with me!
  • Holly trees are commonly used as symbols of the winter season. This blog takes a close up look at the leaves, berries, and bark of the holly tree.
  • This blog is all about crystals! Crystal formation from a supersaturated solution is an example of a physical change - and a microscope can let you watch the phenomenon of crystal formation in real time! Understanding the crystal structure of materials can help us create anything from medicine to art!
  • Summary:

    • Sand is a great way to ease into the new school year
    • Sand is interdisciplinary
    • Sand makes science fun
    • Share your observations with others to show what you learned!
  • TL;DR

    • Close observation helps improve focus
    • Close observation involves all five senses
    • Close observation is interdisciplinary
    • Share your observations with others to show what you learned!