General InformationFamily/Team Name*Same as when you registered your family to earn points for the Explore StoreParent/Guardian Email* Same as when you registered your family to earn points for the Explore StoreName of Child Who Completed Activity* First Last Age of Child Who Completed Activity*What is the project number you completed?*Please enter a number from 100 to 500.Find in the blue section of your STEMbook activity page next to "Share via PE's Website." When you enter the right number, the questions you must answer to earn points for the activity will appear below. Project numbers range from 100 to 500. For LIVE virtual program prompts, please enter project number "500."Project 101: Hot Air Balloon Read AloudName one of the characters you met in "The Great Balloon Hullabaloo"*Click or type the link on the activity page to listen to the reading of the book on Youtube.Why do hot air balloons float? What do you think would be the easiest and hardest part about landing a hot air balloon?*Upload a picture of the hot air balloon you made:*Project 102: Solar System Read AloudWhy is the sun so important?*What planet would you like to visit and why?*Share a picture of your solar system model!*Project 103: Rocket Read AloudWhat is the name of the little boy in the "Kids Vs. Planets" story you listened to on Youtube?*Click or type the link on the activity page to listen to the reading of the book on Youtube.Share a fact you learned about space:*Upload a picture of your soda straw rocket:*Project 104: Time Read AloudIn the story "It's All About Time," at what time is it "time for school?"*Click or type the link on the activity page to listen to the reading of the book on Youtube.On your clock, what does the big hand point to? What does the small hand point to?*Move the hands on your paper plate clock to show the time you go to bed at night and take a picture of it! Upload your picture here.*Project 105: Cloud Read AloudWhat is meteorology?*How do clouds form?*Share a picture of your project!*Project 106: Engineer Read AloudWhat was the problem the main character, Rosie, was trying to solve?*What did you observe with your binoculars?*Share a picture of you looking through your binoculars!*Project 107: Garden Read AloudWhat is a botanist?*What did Dr. Carver do?*Why is it important to learn about plants?*Share a picture of you with your garden!*Project 108: Bee Power Read AloudWho all lives in the beehive?*What does it mean for insects to be social?*What are other examples of social insects?*Share a picture of you with your bee!*Project 109: Eclipse Read AloudWhat happens during a solar eclipse?*What happens during a lunar eclipse?*Share a video of you talking about the solar eclipse and the safety measure you should take while viewing it!*Project 110: Flying Machine Read AloudWhat are some similarities between DaVinci's Flying Machine and the Wright Brothers' plane?*What are some differences between DaVinci's Flying Machine and the Wright Brothers' plane?*What was the most important part of your design? What did you do to make sure it flew?*Share a picture of your flying machine!*Project 111: Orange Science Read AloudWhat was your favorite part of the story? Why?*What did you observe when you put the orange into the baking soda? Why do you think this happened?*Share a photo or two of your experiments* Drop files here or Project 112: Pan Flute Read AloudWhat is sound and how is it formed?*What was your favorite instrument from the story and why?*What happens when you change the angle of your breath when blowing into the straws?*Share a picture of your pan flute!*Project 113: Recycling Read AloudWhat materials did you choose? What did you make with them?*Describe other ways you can reuse materials in your home.*Share a video of you explaining why recycling important!*Project 114: Rube Goldberg Read AloudWho was Rube Goldberg?*What machine did you create? Describe the steps the machine needs to take before it can complete its task.*Share a picture of your machine!*Project 115: Snow Read AloudHow do snowflakes form?*What are some observations you made about the mixture you created?*Can you make a snowball? Share a picture of you with your snowball!*Project 116: String Phone Read AloudWho is your favorite inventor from the story? Why?*What invention has had the biggest impact on our world? Explain your answer.*What do you think should be invented next?*Share a picture of you using your string phone*Project 117: Moon Phases Read AloudWhat is happening when the moon is in a waning phase?*What is happening when the moon is in a waxing phase?*What causes us to see the different moon phases?*Share a photo of your model*Project 118: Architect Read AloudWhat part of the story was your favorite and why?*What does an architect do?*Share a video of you describing your design and how you built it!*Project 201: Butterfly LifecyclesWhat are the four parts of a butterfly's life cycle?*What is another animal that goes through stages in their lifecycle? What are the stages?*Upload a picture of your project!*Project 202: FossilsWhat can fossils teach us about our planet's past?*What fossils do you think scientists will find in 100 years?*Upload a picture of you with your fossils!*Project 203: Ice CreamExplain how particles move in each state of matter.*Give an example of a chemical reaction you have observed. When did two different things combine to make a third unique thing?*Share a video of you enjoying your ice cream!*Project 204: DIY VolcanoHow is magma formed?*How does the earth's crust become melted?*What caused your DIY volcano to erupt?*Upload a photo and/or video of your volcano* Drop files here or Project 205: Germ ChallengeWhat happened to the pepper in the activity?*Why is it important to wash your hands properly?*Share a video of your completing the germ challenge and explaining why everyone should wash their hands!*Project 206: DIY ProjectorWhat does light do when it "refracts"?*Explain the shape and purpose of a convex lens.*Take a photo of your family enjoying a video on your DIY projector!*Project 207: Water CycleWhat is evaporation?*How are clouds formed?*Give an example of a form of precipitation.*Share a video of you with you water cycle project! Challenge viewers to do it too!*Project 208: Zoo TourDescribe an animal you saw and its habitat.*Do you think zoos help or harm animals? Explain your thinking.*Record and share a video of you telling us about an animal you met during your virtual zoo tour!*Project 209: Baked Ice CreamWhat are the three ways that heat can transfer?*What prevented the ice cream from melting?*Share a picture of you enjoying your ice cream!*Project 210: Bread in a BagWhat does yeast do?*What does gluten do?*Chemistry is the study of matter and how matter interacts, combines and changes. Why is bread a good example of chemistry?*What was your favorite part of this project?*Project 211: Honeycomb CandyWhat does baking soda produce in this activity?*What is thermal decomposition?*Share a picture of you with your candy!*Project 212: Lemon VolcanoHow is magma formed?*How does the earth's crust become melted?*What caused your volcano to erupt?*Share a picture of your volcano!*Project 213: Paper AirplaneWhat are the forces that are acting upon an airplane?*What was the most successful thing about your design?*Share a picture of your airplane design!*Project 214: Paper Mache PlanetsWhat are three fun facts you can share about the planets?*Share a picture of your planets!*Project 215: Static ElectricityWhat happens when you rub two materials together?*What objects and materials moved toward each other?*Is electricity a powerful force? Explain your thinking!*Share a video of your child showing static electricity at work!*Project 216: pH and Stinky Stuff PART ONEWhat is pH?*What observations did you make about baking soda as an odor neutralizer?*Share a video of you explaining to other kids how baking soda can neutralize odor!*Project 217: pH and Stinky Stuff PART TWOWhat were the results of your homemade deodorant?*What did you learn from the video?*Pretend you are going to sell your deodorant. What will you call it? How does it work? Share a video of your sales video!*Project 218: PlasticWhat is a polymer?*What is the protein that makes the polymers in this experiment? What material are they found in?*Do you think temperature had an effect on the experiment?*Share a video of you explaining how you made plastic!*Project 219: Scientific MethodWhat are the steps of the scientific method?*What craft did you make?*Share a video of you explaining how the scientific method helped you do your craft!*Project 220: StarfishShare two facts about starfish!*What is your favorite animal? Describe it's habit and adaptation, or features that help it survive.*Share a picture of your starfish!*Project 221: Polymer Fruit SnacksWhat would happen if you used half the amount of juice? How will that affect the fruit snacks?*What would happen if you used double the amount of juice? How will that affect the fruit snacks?*What is a polymer and where can you find them in everyday life?*Share a picture of you with your fruit snacks!*Project 222: Balloon Blow UpWhat is a chemical reaction?*What is produced in this chemical reaction? What is new?*What are other chemical reactions you have seen before? Think about when two substances produced something new.*Share a video of your balloon getting blown up!*Project 223: Butter in a JarHow is butter made? Explain what happens with the fat molecules and cream*How long did it take your butter to form?*Think about if you made butter outside on a winter day, and on a summer day. Which butter would form first? Explain your thinking.*Share a photo of you with your homemade butter!*Project 224: Earthquake EngineeringWhat is an earthquake?*Where do earthquakes occur?*Fires are also natural disasters. What are some things engineers need to consider when building structures in fire zones?*Share a video of you testing your structure with an "earthquake!" Will it survive?!*Project 225: Pancake ChemistryWhat is gluten's role in pancakes?*What is yeast's role in pancakes?*What would the pancakes be like if there wasn't yeast or gluten? Explain your thinking.*Share a video of you explaining the chemistry of pancakes!*Project 226: Bacteria InvestigationWhat two areas did you decide to test and why?*What were the results of each bacterial swab? What did you observe?*Share a video of you sharing the results of your experiment! Why is it important to wash your hands?*Project 227: CamouflageWhy is it beneficial to animals to have camouflage?*Imagine if an animal's habitat changed, how would that affect their ability to camouflage?*Where do you choose to hide and how did you camouflage yourself?*Share a picture of you in camouflage! Bonus if you're well hidden!*Project 228: Eyes in the DarkWhat is the purpose of rods? Cones?*What happened to your ability to see in the dark room as time passed?*Certain animals can only see in black and white. Why do you think this is?*Share a video challenging other kids to do the experiment! How long did it take for your eyes to see in the dark room?*Project 229: Garlic PlantWhat are the characteristics of plants?*What "ingredients" are needed in order for a plant to undergo photosynthesis?*Describe the growth process of your garlic plant. How did it look at the beginning, in the middle, and at the end of its process?*Share a photo of your with your new garlic plant!*Come back with another picture when your plant starts to grow and we'll double your points for this activity!Project 230: Geometry and Google MapsWhere did you choose to go and why?*What was the most common geometric shape you saw? Geometric angle?*Share a picture or screenshot of where you visited!*Project 231: ph and Stinky Stuff THREEWhy did the ketchup work to clean the pennies? Explain its properties*What happens when you combine acids and bases?*What would happen if you used lemon juice to clean a penny? Explain your thinking.*Share before and after pictures of your penny!* Drop files here or Project 232: Rubber Band SoundHow does sound travel?*What affects the sounds that you hear?*What is your most favorite sound in the world and why?*Share a video of you explaining how sound works using your rubber band project!*Project 233: DNA ExtractionWhat does DNA stand for?*What is DNA's role in an organism?*Share an observation from the activity. What did you see?*Share a video of you explaining how you extracted DNA and challenging others to do the same*Project 234: Graham Cracker Plate TectonicsWhat causes the Earth's plates to move?*What are the three types of plate boundaries and how do each of them move?*What would the surface of our planet look like if the earth's crust didn't have plates that moved?*Share a video of you pushing your graham crackers together and talk about what they represent!*Project 301: Bouncy Ball EnergyWhat is the difference between potential and kinetic energy?*Does energy ever disappear? Explain your thinking!*Share a video of your bouncy ball in action!*Project 302: Lunar PhasesWhy do we see the moon differently each night?*What does waning mean?*What does waxing mean?*Upload a picture of the moon that you took or drew!*Project 303: Seek and FindWhat are the 7 categories of classification for organisms?*List the species of two organisms you found in your neighborhood.*Share a photo of an organism you found on your seek and find journey!*Project 304: CloudsWhat are the five types of clouds?*What clouds did you observe? What characteristics did you see that helped you identify them?*What is your favorite cloud and why? Share in a short video.*Project 305: RainbowWhy do rainbows form?*What is the difference between reflection and refraction?*Share a picture of your rainbow! If you didn't get a picture, share a video of you talking about how you made a rainbow.*Project 306: Bird WatchingRefer to the field guides in the lesson; what two birds did you see?*What were the bird behaviors you observed in your neighborhood?*Share a picture of your nest*Project 307: Solar OvenHow does a solar oven work?*What treat did you make in your oven?*Share a picture of you with your solar oven!*Project 308: Bottle Bird FeederAre birds producers or consumers? Explain.*What happens if something is removed from a food chain? What will happen to the other organisms?*Give an example of a food chain that contains a rabbit.*Share a picture of your bird feeder!*Project 309: Heart Rate MonitorWhat is the heart's job in your body?*What does it mean if your heart rate is a high number? A low number? Explain your thinking.*What activities did you do during the activity? What was your heart rate for each activity?*Project 401: Bridge ChallengeWas your bridge design successful? Explain.*What would you like to modify, or change, in your next bridge design?*What was the most important part in your bridge structure?*Share a picture of your bridge*Project 402: Catapult ChallengeWhat is Newton's Third Law of motion?*How could you change the design to launch a projectile higher into the air?*Share a picture of your catapult!*Project 403: Egg Drop ChallengeWhat is Newton's First Law of Motion?*Define inertia.*Explain the results of your experiment.*Share a picture of you with your egg drop challenge project!*Project 404: Balloon Boat ChallengeWhat is friction?*What causes the boat to move?*Think about how a car works. How could this activity be applied to a car? Explain your thinking!*Share a picture of your balloon boat!Project 405: Tower ChallengeWhat could you do to improve your design?*How tall was your tower?*What materials were the most useful? Why?*Share a picture of you with your tower*Project 406: Sink or Float ChallengeWhat is density?*What predictions did you make that proved to be correct?*What predictions surprised you?*Share a video of your experiment and challenge others watching home to try it too!*Project 407: Egg Drop ChallengeWhat was successful about your design?*What would you like to improve about your design?*How does this challenge relate to car airbags?*Upload a video of you testing your egg drop project!*Project 408: Balloon ChallengeWhat causes the balloons to inflate?*Why is it important to understand chemical reactions?*Share a picture of your balloon challenge*Project 409: Bottle Rocket ChallengeWhat is the difference between an acid and a base?*Explain the chemical reaction that caused your rocket to launch?*Share a video of your rocket*Project 410: Paper Airplane ChallengeHow many coins was your airplane able to carry?*What was successful about your design?*What could you change about your design?*Share a video of your paper airplane in action*Project 411: Rainbow in a Glass ChallengeWhat is density?*What color Skittle was the most dense? The least dense?*What do you think would happen if you stirred the rainbow and observed it for 10 minutes afterward?*Share a picture of your rainbow!*Project 412: Rube Goldberg ChallengeExplain the steps you created to complete a task in your Rube Goldberg machine.*Share a video of your project!*Project 413: Simple Machine ChallengeWhat are simple machines?*What are examples of simple machines?*How many simple machines can you find in your house? What ones do you see?*Share a picture of your simple machine*Project 414: Parachute ChallengeWhat was the most successful part of your parachute?*How could you modify your design to support a heavier or lighter weight?*Share a video of your parachute in action!*LIVE Programs 500I attended:Virtual LunchroomVirtual ProgramWhat did you talk and learn about today in LIVE programs?*How do you feel about what you talked about?*Consent* I agree to PE's media's policy.I hereby grant Project Exploration and its agents, and each of them, the unrestricted, irrevocable and unrestricted license and right to use my appearance, form, likeness, and voice contained in the photographs, film, or recordings of me or the named minor listed below (as applicable) including identifying information, and to distribute such images and recordings for promotional, editorial trade, advertising, packaging, selling, licensing, commercial or educational purposes in any manne or medium whether now or hereafter devised, throughout the world, in perpetuity. 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