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Science Buddies ›Tool
This is a non-profit site that aims to empower K-12 students, parents, and teachers to easily find free project ideas and help in all areas of science.
Physics Quest (middle school)
Past PhysicsQuest Projects
Although kits for past PhysicsQuest projects are no longer available, your class can still complete the projects. You can download all of the written materials and use the provided materials list to collect everything else you need.
Spectra's Force (2010)
PhysicsQuest is a middle school competition that consists of four physical science experiments centered on a mystery. The experiments are designed to be done by small groups in a classroom or after school setting. Each of the experiments gives students a clue that they need to solve the mystery. Classes can submit their answers online and be entered into a random drawing for prizes. PhysicsQuest kits are provided free to registered classrooms.
Spectra: The Original Laser Superhero & Spectra's Power (2009)
Lucinda Hene began life as the most ordinary of children. She did fairly well in school and was on the swim team but she longed to stand out. Child of brilliant laser scientists, Lucinda dreamed of being more than normal, of being extraordinary. Then one day it happened. She felt something inside her begin to change. She changed from normal Lucinda Hene to the powerful Spectra, a super hero with the powers of a laser. To unlock the mystery of her past and her powers Spectra must defeat the most evil of super villains, the beautiful yet deadly Miss Alignment.
Nikola Tesla and the Electric Fair (2008)
Born in 1856 in Smiljan Croatia, Nikola Tesla was a true genius. A close friend of Mark Twain and bitter rival of Thomas Edison, he invented such things as the remote control and the AC generator. In 1893 he was charged with lighting the Chicago Worlds Fair, the first electric fair in the world, nicknamed The White City.
Marie Curie's Floating Classes (2007)
Marie Curie was a brilliant scientist who received two Nobel Prizes. She had to fight hard to become a scientist because she was a Polish female growing up in Russian-controlled Warsaw – some of her classes had to constantly change locations to avoid being detected by the police.
Ben Franklin's Secret Message (2006)
We all know Benjamin Franklin as an accomplished inventor, scientist, and statesmen, but did you know he was one of America’s first spies? Travel back to 1778 with PhysicsQuest to decipher a secret message from Ben.
The Search for Einstein's Hidden Treasure (2005)
The Search for Einstein's Hidden Treasure follows Albert Einstein's wanderings along grounds of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, where he spent the last 23 years of his life.
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