Tag: STEM

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Kids Glitter Experiment

Today we did a super easy experiment using glitter.  The girls were excited to do anything that involved purple glitter.  I will start with showing you a quick video of it.  (I stopped filming too soon, so the last word that I say is “move”.) Materials: Glitter Bowl of water […]

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52 Ways to Excite Kids and Banish Boredom

Do you have a STEAM Kid?  Not yet? Well, do you think it is important for a child to: question like a scientist design like a technologist build like an engineer create like an artist deduce like a mathematician – and – play like a kid??? Yes?  Then you are […]

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Cloud Soap Experiment

If you are looking for a fun, easy, and cheap experiment…HERE IT IS!   It is so much fun to watch a bar of Ivory soap expand and cloud up in the microwave.  My boys were amazed. All you need: bar or more of IVORY soap a comparison soap bar a […]

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A little bit about Wee Warhols- Children’s Art Classes

— Wee Warhols art classes help children develop fine motor skills, expand their creativity, discover many different mediums, and grow their self esteem.  I want the children to become comfortable with art materials, so they feel confident to explore them on their own and ignite their own creativity.   — […]