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  • Summary:

    • There are two types of sunscreen: chemical and physical,
    • It is possible to tell them apart with a Foldscope (creating some beautiful images in the process!),
    • Use your Foldscope to observe sunscreen on a microscopic level and share your discoveries on the Microcosmos!!
  • Summary:

    • Shadows are caused by objects that block the path of light,
    • Some objects only block some light, letting you see them in a microscope,
    • Use your Foldscope Mini to explore shadows and microscopy and share what you discover on the Microcosmos!!
  • Summary:

    • Dust is a combination of pollen, dirt, insect parts, hair, dust mites, and skin cells.
    • Microscopic organisms like bacteria, mold, and fungi are all around us - even though we can’t see them.
    • A Foldscope and a petri dish can help you to see the dust and microorganisms that live all around us.
    • Share your observations with others to show what you learned!
  • Summary:

    • The microscopic properties of soil can help you to understand the macroscopic properties of soil and how it is used.
    • Making connections between a natural resource and its cultural significance can deepen your understanding and appreciation of the resource.
    • Share your observations with others to show what you learned!
  • Summary:

    • The colors of fall leaves are inside the leaves all year round.
    • Observations of color gradation is a way to incorporate the elements of art into your science lesson.
    • Studying the process of color change in leaves will improve understanding of the life cycle of trees.
    • Share your observations with others to show what you learned!