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Episode 45: How Do You Diagnose Someone?

  Challenge: Can you find your heart rate? Look for your pulse! Follow these directions to see what your pulse is then find the pulse of all your family. If you want, share how easy it was to find this  with us by tagging us on Twitter or Instagram or emailing us through our website… Continue Reading Episode 45: How Do You Diagnose Someone?

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Episode 45: How Do You Diagnose Someone?

Meet the Expert: Dr. Rajani LaRocca, physician and children’s author Rajani LaRocca was born in India, raised in Kentucky, and now lives in the Boston area with her wonderful family and impossibly cute dog. A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Medical School, she spends her time writing novels and picture books, practicing medicine, and… Continue Reading Episode 45: How Do You Diagnose Someone?

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Episode 43: How Do We Learn?

Challenge: Try out Étienne’s Math Raps, then make one of your own! Acceleration: To speed from zero to more at any rate That increase of speed means accelerate Acceleration is how fast velocity ranges Watch for the time and distance changes Acute Triangles Some triangles aren’t right, some are just ugly Others are acute, with… Continue Reading Episode 43: How Do We Learn?

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Episode 43: How Do We Remember Things?

Meet the Expert: ÉTIENNE (Steven) Langlois, Teacher- Rockstar Steven “ÉTIENNE” Langlois is an award-winning teacher-rockstar and author of the #1 best-selling book “Rock Your Class.” When he’s not performing for millions of fans in packed theaters and arenas worldwide or teaching in packed classrooms back home, he’s busy helping K-12 teachers rock their classes with… Continue Reading Episode 43: How Do We Remember Things?

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Episode 42: Why Do You Want to Learn to Code Anyway?

Challenge: Coding programs on a computer is a lot like creating the rules to your own game. Bryanne’s challenge is to pick a game and make it better by adding your own rules! 1) Write down the rules to your favorite game (like Tag, Hide and Seek, or Simon Says). 2) Add three NEW rules… Continue Reading Episode 42: Why Do You Want to Learn to Code Anyway?

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Episode 41: Why Do We Need to Know How Things Break?

  Challenge: Do Dr. Tufft’s Egg Drop Challenge to see what happens when two objects collide. You can find it HERE With your parents permission, send us a picture of your egg drop experiment via email at podcast@solveitforkids.com OR tag us on our Twitter or Instagram account @kidssolve If you send in your challenge OR… Continue Reading Episode 41: Why Do We Need to Know How Things Break?

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Episode 41: Why Do We Need to Know How Things Break?

Meet the Expert: Dr. Marsha Tufft, Engineer and Author Dr. Tufft has  degrees in mechanical (BSME-Purdue), aerospace (MSAsE- University of Cincinnati), and materials engineering (Ph.D.- University of Dayton). She worked 30+ years that I worked as an engineer professionally at GE Aviation .She is also an active volunteer with GE volunteers and Girl Scouts of… Continue Reading Episode 41: Why Do We Need to Know How Things Break?

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Episode 40: How Can 2 +2 Equal Cleaner Skies?

  Challenge: Create your own family formula by observing your family. Discover how often each person talks at the dinner table or how often the dog has to go outside. Create a math problem around that. With your parents permission, send us your math problem via email at podcast@solveitforkids.com OR tag us on our Twitter… Continue Reading Episode 40: How Can 2 +2 Equal Cleaner Skies?

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Episode 40: How Can 2 + 2 Equal Cleaner Skies?

Meet the Expert:  Janice Lao, Environmental Scientist and Development Economist Janice Lao’s life’s work is in making businesses a force for good. She has a rare combination of deep scientific and cross-discipline knowledge, and the ability to engage and communicate effectively. For over 20 years, she has been multi-awarded internationally for her work in sustainability,… Continue Reading Episode 40: How Can 2 + 2 Equal Cleaner Skies?

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Episode 39: Why Would You Want to Follow a Column of Army Ants?

Meet the Expert: Doug Wechsler, Biologist and Author Doug Wechsler takes his inspiration from the jungles, swamps and seashores of the world as well as from his own backyard. By showing the wonders of nature and its humorous side he hopes to motivate his readers to deepen their interest in their natural surroundings. He currently… Continue Reading Episode 39: Why Would You Want to Follow a Column of Army Ants?

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Episode 38: How Do You Make a Mask That Works?

Meet the Expert:  Dr. Pamela, McCauley, industrial engineer and Associate Dean at North Carolina State University. Dr. Pamela McCauley is an internationally recognized Industrial Engineering researcher, STEM advocate, university leader, seasoned entrepreneur, innovator and experienced federal Program Director. As an Industrial Engineering researcher, she is known for accomplishments in the development of fuzzy set theory… Continue Reading Episode 38: How Do You Make a Mask That Works?

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Episode 37: How Can We Know if Bigfoot Exists?

Challenge: Make a plaster cast, one you might need if you find BigFoot. Follow the directions HERE With your parents permission, send us your findings via email at podcast@solveitforkids.com OR tag us on our Twitter or Instagram account @kidssolve If you send in your challenge OR just leave a comment below about the episode, you… Continue Reading Episode 37: How Can We Know if Bigfoot Exists?

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