This delicious, beautiful, color changing sweet tea is sure to be the highlight of your kid party this summer. Butterfly pea flowers have a special property that makes them great pH indicators. The flowers pigment changes color depending on the pH of whatever it is mixed with. You can make this sweetened tea up to 3 days in advance.
Here's a fun activity to observe how the Earth spins! Click to see how to make your own sun dial...
Happy Valentines Day, friends! Let's heat up the kitchen... check out my latest post on incorporating science while making chocolate covered strawberries with the Great Lakes Science Center! Also, check out my short video on Instagram!
Snow day? Check out these fun and easy indoor snow experiments!
The kids might be back in school but there is still time to squeeze in some last minute science experiments. The girls and I made our own solar ovens! The best part about this end of summer experiment is that kids can set it up before school and see the results when they get home!
Colorful experiments are my absolute favorite! Here's another colorful STEAM experiment that's easy to work on at home! Since it's close to Saint Patrick's Day, we framed ours inside clovers!
Are you looking for a fun, colorful, science experiment for Saint Patrick's Day or maybe to brighten up your home from the cold weather? Try out this Walking Water Rainbow! What you need: 5 clear glasses or plastic cups4 half size paper towels (folded accordion style)3 different food colorings (we used the primary colors)a spoon… Continue reading Walking Water Rainbow
Did you know that you don't need to buy lots of ingredients to make slime at home? Just add ✌️ ingredients! Read more in my blog post!
Science Olympiad (SO) recently released their Signature Science kits for Elementary kids (grades K-6)! We were given the opportunity to check out one of their 10 kits called "Bottle Music". Click to read more!
A few weeks ago, my daughter's STEM teacher had the kids make 'snow' at home with some easy kitchen ingredients. We experimented more and ended up making our own Oobleck!