Content tagged "youth:science"

Geospatial Technology for Youth

Geospatial Technology Science for Youth Updated: December 14, 2015

Want to go on real treasure hunt? Want to know more about how maps are used to help you find where you are and where you're going? Ever get frustrated if the...

Aerospace for Youth

Science for Youth Updated: December 10, 2015

Aerospace is about aviation and space exploration! Aviation involves the science, engineering, and technology of what it takes to fly in the earth's...

What is water?

Science for Youth Updated: October 01, 2015

Water is a colorless and odorless substance found all over Earth. Water is made up of billions of molecules. Each molecule is made of one oxygen and two...

What is water evaporation?

Science for Youth Updated: October 01, 2015

Evaporation is a process where liquid turns into a gas. When water gains heat energy it changes to a gas. An increase in temperature speeds up the rate of...

Natural Environment

Science for Youth Updated: September 18, 2015

The Natural Environment is a very important topic as it is about the natural and physical world around us! It will likely continue to be a critical issue for...

What is an entomologist?

Science for Youth Updated: June 03, 2015

Exhibit “Termites Eat Your Home!” produced by University of Florida outreach programs. Photo by Sarah BernardAn entomologist is a scientist that studies...

What is a bug?

Science for Youth Updated: June 03, 2015

Fulgorid planthopper, Honduras. Photo by Sarah BernardWhat we commonly call bugs is actually an entire order of insects called Hemiptera. True bugs are...

Collection Tips by the Bug Chicks

Learn how to make your own bug net! The Bug Chicks, joined by Junior Master Gardeners, show you how easy it is. You’ll also get tips, tricks, and techniques...

Can I eat bugs??

Science for Youth Updated: June 03, 2015

Beekeepers practice apiculture | Photo by Sarah BernardYes, you can eat bugs! As long as you don’t have a shellfish allergy, that is. In fact, you already...

Why is insect identification important?

Science for Youth Updated: June 03, 2015

Common urban pests compared to the size of a penney, from left to right: Male German cockroach, female German cockroach, female Surinam cockroach. Photo by...

Science, Engineering, & Technology for Youth

Science for Youth Updated: May 20, 2015

   

Get in the Ag Zone!

Ag Zone Science for Youth Updated: March 31, 2014

 Ag ZoneKXNN Reports!Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)Other Resources on Agriculture 

FAQ Index: Water

Science for Youth Updated: May 29, 2013

You and your friends may have a lot of questions about water.  We call them Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).  Many of them can be found in the list below.

FAQ Index: Agricultural Sciences

Science for Youth Updated: July 03, 2012

You and your friends may have a lot of questions about agriculture.  We call them Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).  Many of them can be found in the list...

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