Art and Science Videos and Tutorials!

Here are just a few of our super fun art and science episodes from Now What with Britt and Shawn! For access to more of our super fun episodes of Now What with Britt and Shawn, you can visit our YouTube channel! Remember to Like, Share, & Subscribe, so we know that you are enjoying the content!

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Flying Paper Pterodactyl Craft

In this episode, join Britt and Shawn as they travel back to the Late Jurassic period to visit some dinosaurs. You'll learn why a pterodactyl is not a dinosaur and what makes a dinosaur a dinosaur! Then, you’ll learn how to make your very own flying paper pterosaur. This is a super fun science and art lesson that can easily be done at home or in the classroom. The step by step tutorial is easy to follow and the activity requires only paper and a magic marker!

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Scratch Art - Space Exploration

In this episode, you'll learn all about the planets in our solar system as Britt and Shawn tour our universe. Then you’ll make your own solar system using scratch art. This is a super fun science and art lesson that can easily be done at home or in the classroom. The step by step tutorial is easy to follow and the activity requires little prep time. All you need are crayons, tempura paint, a toothpick, and a wild imagination.

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Tornado in a Bottle - Centripetal Force

In this episode, join Britt and Shawn as they discuss what tornadoes are, how they are formed, and where they are commonly found. In this lesson, you'll learn about centripetal force and you’ll make your own tornado in a bottle! This is a super fun hands-on science lesson that can easily be done at home or in the classroom. Two variations of the tornado in a bottle can be made which makes it more accessible for different age groups,grades, and materials.

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Popsicle Stick Catapults - Levers

In this episode, join Britt and Shawn as they discuss everything you need to know about levers. You will learn about the different lever classes and how to identify levers in everyday life. Then, you’ll learn how to make your very own mini catapult using popsicle sticks and rubber bands. This is a super fun hands-on science lesson that can easily be done at home or in the classroom.