CATAAPUULTT! Did you know you can make a simple catapult out of popsicle sticks? This is an awesome STEM craft project for children of all ages. This fun crafty project focuses on math, physics and engineering. The force, distance, accuracy can all be challenged with the catapult.
HAPPY ST. PATRICKS DAY! 🍀
St Patrick’s Day is here! What better way to celebrate than to make your very own Leprechaun TRAP?!
The tornado in a jar experiment is a great way to teach kids about weather conditions such as tornados and safety measures for nature related events.
The walking water experiment is a fun way to learn about colours and absorbency. Play around with the mixing, the paper towel lengths, cup sizes, water levels, and see what you can make happen.
With NASA’s landing on Mars on February 18th we have been enjoying a couple of space themed weeks of lessons and activities.
This week we decided to make some really cool moon rocks!
This is a really easy and enjoyable hands on activity for kids of all ages.
Simple at-home science experiments are a fun way to learn about the world around us through hands-on activities. Completing these experiments at home will allow students to practice following instructions and problem-solving, and they will be excited to find out what...