Need something to do this weekend? Click here to download our free rainfall exercise!
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out this week’s free science experiment involving the melting point of ice: Click here to download!
Today’s free experiment is sure to be a hit! Learn about density while creating your own jar of fireworks! Click here to download our Food Coloring Fireworks guide!
Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out this week’s free science project! Click here to download!
This experiment and info sheet explains the science of chromatography and how it is used by scientists! It’s super simple and the materials are things you probably already have at home! Click here for our Chromatography guide!
Today’s experiment is a great way to illustrate to children how hand washing can prevent the spread of germs! Click here for our free Germs Experiment!
Happy Experimenting! Today’s free science activity is a waterproof testing experiment! It’s super easy and the supplies are items that you most likely have in your home! Click here to download our waterproof experiment guide!
Happy Friday! Today we’re bringing you some of our favorite bug facts! A ladybug can eat over 5,000 bugs in it’s lifetime! Grasshoppers were around before dinosaurs! A bee flaps its wings about 11,400 times per minute! …
Today In science history: On May 22nd, 1906, Orville and Wilbur right were granted the patent for their first flying machine! The Wright Brothers invented and built the worlds first working motor-operated plane! The were self taught and learned their mechanical skills in their workshop where they studied printing presses, bicycles, and motors. Check out …
How is a day measured on other planets? The easiest way to measure a full day on other planets is to look at the amount of time it takes for the planet to make one full rotation. Here’s a list of how long a day is on all the planets in our solar system: Mercury …