Science

If you want to get your kids interested in science, soda and Pop Rocks make for a surprisingly good starting point. Kids love Pop Rocks experiments because—let’s face it—kids love Pop Rocks. The second they know rock candy is involved, you will be able to pull their attention away from screens and get them engaged and...

If you’re looking for something that can help develop your girl’s interest in STEM, you can’t miss these science games. Indulging in a fun educational game with them will not only enhance their skills like planning, problem-solving, and critical thinking but will also open up opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math right from a young...

Powerful learning doesn’t happen in isolation, which is particularly true for young learners. For this reason, STEM education is crucial. Learning within siloed subject areas doesn’t permit students to grasp the interconnected nature of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology. When we establish connections between what students are learning in mathematics and science and apply that knowledge...

You’re probably familiar with the perks that come with getting students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) classes. It’s no secret that STEM careers are budding. Therefore, furnishing students with the much-needed experience through effective activities and tools can help foster interest in these lucrative and in-demand professions. Furthermore, a wealth of STEM activities adheres...

With so many STEM and STEAM subscription boxes out there, my kids were thrilled to check out Green Craft Kids STEM subscription. I'm happy to say Green Craft Kids stands out as one of the best! In this hands-on review, we put Green Craft Kids through the test. I'll compare what makes them different from other...

Science. Chemistry. These are the building blocks that help us answer questions about the world around us. If your child is asking, “Why does a volcano explode or “How do leaves change color?” then you have a scientist in the making. Please help your child answer these questions by introducing them to the world of...

I recently bought floam for my nephews as a gift, and they LOVED it! You can play with it for hours, making creations. The best part - it's nowhere near as messy as playdough! It got me thinking… I'm pretty sure I can make this! After several at-home science experiments and combinations, I figured out...

For kindergarteners to really develop their STEM skills, they will need the appropriate avenues, activities, and materials to train. It may be challenging for them to gain this curiosity when adults constantly take away everything for their safety - rightfully so in most cases. However, they still have this sensational urge to experiment and successfully master...