Make a DNA model out of candy and toothpicks. Warning: kids might eat more than their daily ratio. Explain what DNA and teach them about its structure and sequencing.
Static electricity can provide enough power to light up a fluorescent light bulb for a short time. All you need for this is a balloon, a woolly scarf and a [...]
This volcano was requested again, this time in the snow. Yet again I only had red dye so the final result looked like a massacre. All you need for this [...]
Here's another fun experiment with pennies. You need half a cup of vinegar and a teaspoon of salt. Mix it and put the coins in the solution. The dull ones [...]
A great way of teaching kids about water surface tension with just a bunch of coins (plastic or real), water and a dropler. I did this with my 5 year [...]
Go outside and make a mud mountain. In the middle put an used can and put half a tub of baking soda and some colour powder/pigment. When ready pour some [...]
Had to take a break from screens as I was experiencing some vertigo. Much better now so here is an experiment to try when is very cold outside. Fill balloons [...]
Crystal tree kit, bride play and wheelbarrow ride.
In a glass pour some water, add oil and some drops of liquid colours or food colouring and then put an alka salter tablet. Watch the fizz and oil moving [...]
Here is an easy and fun STEM activity. It involves colour mixing and some basic reactions. This tray kept both of my girls occupied for around 2 hours. It was [...]