STEM Activities For Kids

So one fine evening, my son and his friend were talking about a game called “The Catapult”. One of the older boys at their school was playing it during breaks. He asked me if he could play the game on my phone, therefore I looked into it and told him:

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I am a mother of a bubbly son, and we are both very inquisitive when it comes to things we don’t immediately understand. His development from a baby up till now has been a learning experience for him as well as me. For example, one day, I heard my husband

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I was watching the news one day at home with my son. Suddenly I saw flash news talking about the Lunar eclipse. My son asked me what it was, and to be honest, I didn’t remember my old science books. So instead of fibbing my way out of it (you’ve

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One day my son and I were watching a movie, in which it showed an electric bell ringing, and immediately my son asked me, “mom, how does that bell work?”. I was delighted to see my son’s curiosity, and it immediately clicked to me: why not discuss and create this

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My son is in a phase where he is hogging all the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boy novels that he can get. But when I remember how I used to have fun playing spy with my friends in my day, I feel a tinge of sadness for today’s children. First,

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Did you know that salt, sugar, ice, and even diamonds are a type of crystal? Nearly every mineral found in nature exists in the form of crystals. Crystals are nothing but atoms coming together in a definite pattern that continuously repeats itself (you can think of atoms like Lego’s.) While

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