This post is sponsored by Experimentary Make a hoop glider paper plane and use it to do some fun, hands-on, science experiments! If you’ve got kids who love science, or if you’d like your kids to be interested in science but you aren’t really sure where to start, you are going to love this simple […]
“Why do some things glow in the dark?” That’s what my nine year old asked me the other day, and finding out the answer started a bit of an obsession with things that glow in the dark! While investigating what things glow in the dark and why, we discovered some really cool videos, so we […]
There is something magical about the way water beads on waxy surfaces. Add a little colour to the water and you’ve got a cool science meets art activity! Surface tensions is not easy to explain to kids, but it is easy to show them! There are loads of great surface tension experiments and activities you […]
Eye droppers are fabulous tools for kids. They work the small muscles in their hands, which they need to develop for writing, plus you can do so many fun things with them! My ten year old helped me set up a surprise for her little brother and together we created this fun eye dropper activity […]
We discovered this gorgeous crystal painting activity by accident when our attempt to grow epsom salt crystals was a failure. Sometimes, failure is beautiful. Find out how to make crystal paint on purpose over at Fun at Home With Kids.