Hi-ya, Blaine and Tracey Sassafras here to share with you all one of our Sassafras Science astronomy local experts. Paul Sims is visiting the blog to tell you a bit about the moon, plus we added FREE moon diary templates to the mix. Click "Read More" to get started!!
Winter is here - spruce up the season with these three winter science ideas! Click "Read More" to get started.
Fall is here and Summer is back to share a fun art project that relates to fall science! Click "Read More" to see how to make your own seasonal tree sculpture.
The Sassafras Science twins are back to share with you three simple science activities you can use to learn about constellations. Click "Read More" to see what they are!
Make these delicious rock cookies as a summer science treat. Click "Read More" to see the recipe.
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.
So, our astronomy leg is currently in production, but as you know we have already experienced it. Let's just say - it was a blast! And without spoiling the adventure, we wanted to bring one of our local experts from our astronomical adventure to share a bit about our solar system with you all.
Playing a free geology game to learn about rocks or at least to review what you have learned about rocks!