What's better than attending a Floating Tomatoes concert at the Right-Handed Pelican?
Playing a free geology game to learn about rocks or at least to review what you have learned about rocks! Blaine and I love to play Rock Slides and Arrows. It's part trivia, part board game, and all fun.
And now, through the magic of the Internet, we get to share one of our favorite pastimes with you!
You can use this as you read through the fifth leg of our journey or you can use this game to just play and learn about rocks. Either way, you’ll love playing this free geology game!
Be the first player to arrive at the “Finish” square
You can use the Rocks Slides and Arrows Cards for a game of trivia. Simply have a caller choose the card and read the question. You can ask the question to a specific player or to a specific team. Each correct answer earns a point. The player or team that has the most points once the stack of cards has been gone through wins the game.
Before you play this game, you can use the following resources to learn more about animals.
You can use those feet-bruising, colorful bricks to learn about how sequencing the in the genetic code works by building this simple LEGO DNA tower. Click "Read More" to get started.
How can you create a black hole in the comforts of your home in less than 10 minutes? Click "Read More" to get step-by-step science activity that will explain it all.
Hi-ya, Blaine and Tracey Sassafras here to share with you all one of our Sassafras Science astronomy local experts. Paul Sims is visiting the blog to tell you a bit about the moon, plus we added FREE moon diary templates to the mix. Click "Read More" to get started!!