Come travel with us as we head to Crab Island in Destin, FL to learn about hermit crabs. Click "Read More" to see the video and download a free lesson.
Moths, bees, and wind can all act as pollinators for plants. Although there are many different types of pollinators, there are just two main types of pollination. Click "Read More" to learn about these with Summer from Sassafras Science.
Summer Beach is back today to share how she and Ulysses preserve the stunning summer blooms to wear around and cheer each other up all winter long. Click "Read More" to see how.
Want to raise a native butterfly? Summer Beach is back to share just how you can in this summer science activity! Click "Read More" to see the steps.
Uncle Cecil is back and he's sharing about the chemistry of dry ice! Click "Read More" to see three hands-on science activities you can use to explore this amazing chemical.
What in the world do musical instruments have to do with physics? Actually, quite a lot! Click "Read More" to gain an understanding of the physics of music and then use that new found knowledge to complete a SQUILT lesson.
Save those seeds from certain death in the ground and use them to teach your kids instead. Click "Read More" to see 4 steps for making your very own, completely unique seed board.
Here in Uncle Cecil's lab, President Lincoln, his lab assistant, is a wee bit jealous. At least that's what we think he meant. So, we gave him the green light to share his "How to Dye Celery" video with you all today.
Have fun as you learn about Newton's 3rd Law of Motion in this physics activity. Click "Read More" to see how you can have your own LEGO Balloon Car Race.
A simple machine is a tool that you can use to help you to do work. Click "Read More" to see three ideas for building simple machines at home.
Blaine and I are excited to share with you all these fifteen super-fun Valentine's science activities you can try out to celebrate the holiday.
Valentine's day is the perfect time to use a bit of kitchen science to send a secret message to your loved one! Click "Read More" to see how you can do this.