If you scroll through social media accounts, you will find a plethora of examples of folks doing sinking and floating activities with children. The popularity is expected because after all, most children love to play with water. We want to however, show you how you can deepen that activity into a core scientific idea thatContinue reading “Take the Sink & Float Activity Further”
A few days ago, I posted an activity about moon craters. Many of you reached out to me and told me your children loved the activity. So, here is a similar activity: parachutes. Parachutes cannot be used in the moon because there’s no atmosphere. But, they make for a wonderful invention here on Earth. ThisContinue reading “Parachutes on the Moon?”
A traditional experiment physicists study is pendulums. It is a cool experiment for children to semi-replicate at home. This experiment promotes connections to every day life-playground time. So, our question for this activity is: Is it faster to swing by myself or with my friend? Use these simple materials to answer the question. shoelace rulerContinue reading “Swinging Blocks”
Help children think about cause and effect relationships through moon craters! All the details in this blog post.
Have you heard about the laws of thermodynamics? No? Don’t worry, most people haven’t either. Yet, the study of energy, a.k.a thermodynamics is a key subject in science. The laws of thermodynamics, in general terms, explain that, energy cannot be destroyed or created but rather transferred, energy will flow from one area to another andContinue reading “Thermodynamics: What’s that?”