Scientists have discovered a new primate species! These little monkeys live in Myanmar. The new species was discovered in 2020 and they are already on the endangered species list. How do they decide which species is new or not?
I’ve mapped out two fun, easy experiments that you can do with your kids, grandkids, highlight in a zoom meeting, or classroom.
I shouldn’t call science a trick, but both of these easy experiments make great practical jokes.
So let’s get to it. Time to trick…I mean impress your posse with science at home!
Do your kids love science fiction books? If you want to hook your kids or classroom into some great science fiction or science themed books, I’ve got your back! Here are some great science fiction middle grade books for ages 8-14!
What is CRISPR? CRISPR is amazing science, that’s what. Let’s take a look at the science behind CRISPR and why it’s life-changing!
Are you remotely controlled? Of course not! You decide what you read and what you click on. You limit your kids to two hours of internet time after they finish their homework. You’re in control. Or are you?
Monarchs are mythical and mysterious! I wanted more butterflies in our yard, to help the monarchs, and to learn more about them! It was trickier to raise monarchs than I thought.
Ever wonder how to see artificial satellites! You can see artificial satellites with the naked eye. I’m going to show you how.
Best and gluten free in the same sentence? Yes! I experimented and have tips for the best gluten free breakfast bread ever!
Hand sanitizers or soap? Which is scientifically proven to work best? Let’s look at the science of soap. Compare with the science of hand sanitizers. That way, we’ll know which works best.
Will science fiction become fact and restore sight to the visually impaired? With bionic eyes….yes!
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