Food Science in the Kitchen
Learn some fun facts about the Pentagon, as a part of the U.S. military to its unique architecture which has made the building an icon.
Based on the concept of water's "freezing point," this activity entails the lowering of water's freezing point to chill ice cream!
Try this arts and crafts activity with your preschooler: make bread from yeast dough to teach her about the science behind bread baking.
Invite your third grader to do taste test science to observe how a strawberry tastes when it is paired with various condiments. The results may be surprising!
Apple slices can turn brown, but when they are coated with lemon juice the acid keeps the apples fresh. Here's how to help your preschooler experiment:
Make meringues with your first grader and see how states of matter can transform before your very eyes. Here's how:
Here's a fun science experiment that's refreshingly tasty too! Turn regular water into a tasty treat perfect for consuming on a hot day.
Help your child create some magic (or science) in the kitchen as she makes liquids change color before her very eyes!
The next time you've got a restless second grade earth scientist on your hands, use this experiment to demonstrate crystals and make a tasty treat, too!
Make your own marshmallows and mix up some very interesting third grade chemistry lessons while you're at it!