I have two simple science experiments to help demonstrate how rain is made. You are the scientist / meteorologist. Make predictions of what will happen. Document the conclusion. What you’ll need: 1 jar tap water shaving foam (I always use sensitive skin when working with kids, but it really doesn’t […]
Using children’s books as inspiration is always a good place to start when you’re looking to breath new life into past STEAM projects or create new Design Thinking prompts. This past week in our weekly Homeschooler class, we did just that! Fall is definitely one of our favorite seasons around […]
What do you plan to give your loved ones this holiday season? Wouldn’t you like to bottle the stars for your friends and family? Guess what! You can! We made galaxy snow globes, with only a few ingredients. They were lots of fun to make. We can’t wait to give […]
My assistant and I conducted a fun Halloween candy science experiment. We watched as ghosts disappeared and discussed how this was possible. Wait, what? Ghosts! Peeps ghosts that is, and yes, it is possible! How? Because of dissolution. What you need for this simple science experiment: Peeps Marshmallow Ghosts two […]
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