Dayna Kiteau-Lightowler

Dayna Kiteau-Lightowler

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Nat's Thermomixen in the Kitchen: How to use your Varoma | Thermomix recipes and uses

Thermie - Nat's Thermomixen in the Kitchen: Using your Varoma pt 1

Sometimes it is not easy to find a good cake that is fluffy and also gluten free. This Thermomix flourless beetroot chocolate tart is like heaven.

This gluten free treat is good for you! From the new cookbook by Sophia Handschuh this recipe will be on regular chocolate rotation, guilt free.

Fifth Grade Physical Science Activities: Make Your Own Electricity.  Simple experiment you can do at home or in your classroom.  Very appropriate for older students in a special ed setting.  Get all the directions at:  http://www.education.com/activity/article/Make_Electricity_fifth/

: Students will use the comb to make the light bulb light up just by brushing it their hair. Explain that Sometimes, a large number of atoms in an object will gain or lose electrons. When this happens, the entire object takes on an electric charge.

Wind Power STEM Challenge - Mission: Lego Rescue. A fantastic STEM challenge that encourages the creation of mechanical energy with a tinker box windmill to "rescue" a minifig.

Wind Powered STEM Challenge - Mission: Lego Rescue is a tinker box inspired windmill building challenge to capture the wind and save the minifig!

Potato Experiments For Kids

Potato Experiments For Kids First: The potato battery Zinc and copper in an electrolyte generate electricity for a light-emitting diode. [caption align="alignright" caption="The homemade potato.

travel, teach, and love: biomass energy experiment + lesson

We're getting into the thick of our latest Inquiry focus, all about types of energy. All of the teachers on my team have chosen one type of.

Simply The Classroom: Matter Experiments or Magic Tricks

Matter Experiment: The Balloon Experiment! Great way for students to see how a solid and a liquid can create a gas.