STEM Informational Guides

Did your child ever fill a glass of lemonade so full, you thought it would spill? But then it didn’t? That’s what we call surface tension. But how to explain surface tension to kids? A question not so easily answered. Experts say, kids are like a sponge, they absorb every

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Do you believe in magic? Well, sorry to break it to you, but magic doesn’t exist. Science can explain every seemingly fantastic phenomenon! Have you ever rubbed two inflated balloons to stick them together? Did you ever find scraps of paper sticking to your sweater in the winter? Your kids

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In the future, it will probably be just as important to be able to program as it is to be able to speak English well. Would you like to teach your children how to program themselves? Then start with apps on your tablet. But do you know which apps are

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Just like us, plants need food and water to survive. Did you know that trees can make their own food? Yes, that’s right. Trees produce their food from sunlight, using a green-colored pigment called chlorophyll. Chlorophyll transforms sunlight into food through a process called ‘photosynthesis‘. It is chlorophyll that makes

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If you have a kid, you know how tough it is to get them into the bathtub. You can make bath time more fun for your little tikes by introducing fun games and toys in the bathtub. You’ve probably seen that rubber duckies and other toys tend to get boring

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Who doesn't love the amazing scenes of sunset and sunrise? This is one of the most amazing times of the day; the sun leaves the sky with marvelous red and orange colors. But the question is, why does the sky turn red and orange during sunset? Different Colors And The Spectrum

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Plants are fascinating – from beautiful flowers to those that glow at night and those that reach extreme heights. To various characteristics like thorns, pores, and even fruits. Plants also give us food. For example, cows – where we get our milk and meat from – eat grass. So do

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It’s safe to say that most parents have an ideal scenario in mind when they think about their baby’s future, whether it’s them graduating from high school with straight As, getting accepted into a prestigious Ivy League college, or becoming an expert in their field. If you have an infant

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In today’s society, you cannot escape video games. With social media and online gaming becoming increasingly popular, more children than ever are playing video games. At the back of every parent’s mind is always the question of how video games affect kids. It can be difficult as a parent to

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Science is the knowledge that binds the world together, and it can be absolutely fascinating to learn. For some, science seems like a very complicated subject, with far too much theory to wrap your head around. However, science can also be taught in a way that makes it easier to

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Slime is a wonderful sensory substance to play with. It encourages tactile stimulation, mindfulness, and focus as well as being comforting.  The process of making slime can make the whole experience doubly fun. It’s a hands-on, safe, chemical experiment you can do at home. If you want ways to engage

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As a parent, you may have heard of using STEM toys and activities to help build and develop your child’s brain. If you have not, then don’t worry, we are here to help. STEM is the abbreviation for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. You may also have heard of STEAM,

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When your children are young, they learn so much so fast. Simple things such as reading or singing to your little one can help them with their imagination, and can help them to learn to express themselves in new and creative ways. If you’re hesitant to start reading to your

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Toddlers are so interesting in everything around them - it’s all new to them! You might not be interested in where clouds come from or why the sky is blue, but preschoolers definitely get a kick out of answering the important questions. We should always applaud curiosity and encourage it,

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Whether you’re a teacher or parent, we’ve all been made aware of the need to get kids interested in the stem (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) subjects from an early age.  The stem subjects are vital to enhancing our society, whether it’s through designing buildings, researching a vaccine, or building

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If you’ve got kids, you’ll have noticed that the “slime” craze has taken the world by storm, providing hours of fun for a very low cost - particularly if you’re making it yourself.  If your kid loves all things space-related, they’ll love this galaxy-themed slime. Unlike normal slime, it combines

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Everybody has seen the ever-growing slime trends going around online, and most children want to get in on the action. Making slime is a fun activity that anyone can take part in with the right ingredients. You can get creative making slime and add lots of different elements to make

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Slime has been utilized in science classes for decades, as an intriguing way to discover polymers, reactions and the viscosity of materials. However, in recent years, kids’ interest in slime has turned into a cultural phenomenon.  So what is it all about? Making slime has taken over the world! Slime

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Raising a baby is a highly important and difficult thing to do. Everyone wants their child to grow up to be the next Einstein or an innovator in the field of science and technology. Every parent wants the best for their child.  Many parents look for new ways to help

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Tessellations are a fun activity for children to take part in during both math and art classes. A tessellation is a pattern of flat shapes that is constantly repeated and joins together without any gaps in between. The shapes that you use don’t necessarily all have to be the same

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