This is a aerospace themed scavenger hunt game intended for Teenagers, and played At the museum.
I created this game for the 6th grade class on our field trip to MS. It is totally free to download, enjoy
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Design a fireworks display. List the elements you used, and what colors they made. Take a picture.
Watch a car powered by solar energy race around a track. How do you think you could get the car to speed up? Why is this? Take a pic.
Step into a wind tunnel and experience tornado force winds. What do you hear? See? Feel? Have someone take a pic of you.
Find and take a picture of a turtle probe in Science Storms. How are they used?
Find Jeff Gordon's racing suit. Why is it so important to him? Take a picture of it.
Find the Atomic Probe Field Ion Microscope. What is it used to do? Take a picture.
Go to Earth Revealed. Take a picture of the Earth, and give 3 facts that are presented.
Who is Lonnie Johnson, and what famous thing did he invent? Take a picture of him.
List 5 events in the Space Race. Who won the Space Race, and by doing what? Take a picture of the timeline.
Use the remote control to drive the Mars Rover. Was it easy? Why or why not? Take a picture.
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