We have asked our favorite botanist, Fiona, to come share a fun, hands-on activity your kids are sure to enjoy this spring - how to dissect a spring bulb!
Want to learn about rain? Here you go - have fun with this indoor rainstorm activity as learn about the science of rain from our expert, Carver Brighton!
Nothing makes science more fun that an edible project! Click "Read More" to check out how you can teach your students about rocks using chocolate - super yum!
The Summer of Science continues with a fantastic zoology science project - how to grow a butterfly!
You have heard of the Jello cell, the cake cell, and even the pizza cell - now meet the edible cell calzone!
Make your own magic, magnetic slime at home with these directions. Click "Read More" to see how and learn about magnets!
It's the Summer of Science on the Sassafras Science blog! This week we are looking at how to grow herbs from cuttings.
We had a blast doing an owl pellet dissection - very interesting! Now, we want to share what we learned with you all, along with a FREE printable lab sheet.
Uncle Cecil is back on the Sassafras Science blog to share a trick that he learned in college for extracting DNA to make it visible to the naked eye.
Felipe Moreno, one of the Sassafras twins' botany experts, shares an Argentinian folk ballad which shares the steps for dissecting a seed.