Spark the magic of learning for your little one with this resource page which includes exciting STEM experiments, DIY crafts, and printables.
Here is an easy and kid-friendly 5 step slime experiment to try out at home or school.
Have fun learning how to make slime using just corn flour and water!!
Christmas is right around the corner so it’s time to get creative. Try out this fun craft.
Have you ever seen water walking? Well, you just might after doing this colorful and exciting experiment. Watch, learn, and try it out at home.
Did you know that you can blow up a balloon using just baking soda and vinegar? Try it out at home today and see.
How do you pop up your used balloons? Here is a fun hack for you to try out.
In this fun craft, kids learn how to make a DIY Lava Lamp.
In this super cool science experiment, kids learn how water moves through plants and learn a cool fact called capillary action!
In this experiment, kids learn about chemical reactions. Watch, learn, and have fun trying it out.
It’s blue when shaken, but transparent when it stands! Check out this exciting experiment known as the blue bottle experiment where colorless liquid turns blue.
The water and pepper experiment is a great way to demonstrate to kids the importance of washing their hands. Have fun trying it out today!
Curious to learn how to make your very own robot? In this cool experiment, kids learn how to make a scribbling robot using materials they can find at home.
This is an easy, fun science experiment that teaches kids how to make a glowing bouncy egg using just vinegar and raw eggs.
The coke and mentos experiment is one of the most popular experiments ever. Have fun trying it out at home. PS this experiment is messy!
Is the arrow pointing left or right ? This simple experiment is a fun activity for your kids to do at home and learn about “refraction” also known as the bending of light.
This simple at-home experiment teaches kids about a scientific process known as osmosis using potatoes. Watch, learn and have fun doing it out at home.
Make water defy gravity using this simple experiment. All you need for this experiment is some colored water, a candle and a glass.
What makes objects float or sink? Here is an easy at-home science experiment, known as the rainbow density tower, that will teach you why.