Are you looking for a science experiment to do with your kids at home? Then, wow your preschoolers or kindergarteners with a science experiment that teaches them how the density of water changes when it is heated. After all, who doesn’t enjoy science activities for kindergarten that only require common household items? SUPPLIES FOR THE WATER SCIENCE EXPERIMENT You will… Read More
I opened a bag of M&M’s and there came out a bunch of different colored M&M’s. I picked the red color one and then the green and then the yellow, trying to figure out if different colored candies tasted anything different. And I kept going on and on, until I realized the whole bag of candies had vanished. This is… Read More
M&M’s – What is the first picture that comes to your mind ? A bunch of “colorful small button shaped chocolates” with the letter ‘m’ printed on them. I bet “Yes”. Have you ever wondered what is that letter ‘m’ made of ?How does it get on them and stay put ? Can you even separate the letter ‘m’ from… Read More
As the leaves start to fall and Halloween approaches, it’s time to get into the spirit of things! Fear not for your kids because there’s a spooky way that they can enjoy this holiday season. The spinning ghost copter is an easy Halloween craft project made on paper aerodynamics principles. The way the paper ghost hands are cut and folded… Read More
Here is your friendly neighborhood Spiderman ! My kids loved the new Spiderman homecoming movie. It was entertaining and action packed. We hope they also got the message that there is no rush for kids to grow up fast and save the world. It’s fun to do things at the right age. With Spiderman, its always good to remember that… Read More
Science project showing the link between electricity and magnetism.