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Kitchen Fun for World Science Day!

November 10th is World Science Day! How are your kids going to celebrate? Don’t worry if you’re not a chemist, biologist or something science-y and similar. You probably have enough going on in the kitchen to mark this educational holiday! That’s right—the kitchen is actually an easy place for your child to explore science. That doesn’t mean you need to run out and buy a pricey science kit that the kiddos set up in the kitchen. Instead, use the same cooking processes that help you to make dinner or dessert to teach your child about concepts such as chemistry! Transformations...

Color-Mixing Activities for World Science Day

November 10th marks World Science Day. This day celebrates science—in all of its forms. As part of the international science party, help your kids to learn, explore and experiment with a few kid-friendly color-mixing science activities. These are easily adaptable for children of different ages. Keep in mind, even though your child should be the one doing the exploration, you should provide supervision at all times. Walking Water Explore color mixing, absorption and much, much more with this experiment that the kids will say is totally “cool.” Fill two or more glass jars halfway up with water. Drip a few...

Kids’ Activities to Celebrate World Science Day

November 10th is World Science Day! Dedicated to promoting the sciences, this ‘day’ brings children and adults the chance to learn, explore, discover and experiment. How can you celebrate World Science Day with your child? Explore the States of Matter Solid to liquid and liquid to solid transformations are easy experiments to do at home. Even toddlers and preschoolers can get in on the science action while making water (or another liquid) change forms. Add a few drops of food coloring to water, freeze it and make colorful cubes. Put the rainbow ice on thick white card stock and observe...