This is a marine-mammals themed scavenger hunt game intended for Teenagers, and played At the museum.
I created this scavenger hunt for a field trip we are taking to the MS. It is totally free to download, enjoy
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Take a picture of seven natural weather phenomena. Explain each one and how they happen.
Make 4 chemical reactions. Take a picture of each one, and label the elements involved.
Create a fireworks display. Take a picture. Try to design a specific color. What color was it? Did it work?
Using the Fresnel lens, heat the pool of water. What happens to the convection currents when you lower the lens. What does this symbolize? Pic
Create your own tsunami. Explain the impact on different types of coastlines. Take a picture of it in action.
Take a picture of 2 artifacts in the storm section, and describe their uses.
Take a picture of Earth's atmosphere. List 3 facts from the presentation.
Take a picture of a former president's hair, as well as yours. What are 2 differences?
What animal's eyes are turned green due to genetic engineering? What are 2 things scientists have learned?
Pick one ethics or privacy issue surrounding DNA databases. Take a picture, and give your opinion.
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