Tagged: teaching STEM

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Eclipse That Led Us to Make a Pinhole Projector

Mr B, my husband was traveling when he informed Little B and I about the then upcoming solar eclipse (that later took place on March 9th). He knew we were...

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Review – Curious Cobo March Science Activity Box for Kids

Disclaimer: I have received Curious Cobo’s March month’s “A Day at the Farm” science activity box for kids in exchange for my unbiased review. It was just another day at...

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What’s On Our Mind These Days? June Bugs!

Do insects repel you? Well, see A Bug’s Life and you will change your mind. My daughter has already fallen in love with them. She finds them beautiful. Being just...

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Weekly Nature Walks – We Are Off to Find Treasures!

We all know how much children like collecting trash! Well, do you know this trash collection can be a great way to teach them to love mother nature!

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Pirate Ship Out Of the Cheapest Material Ever (Psst. It’s Newspaper)

It was Little B’s Dussehra vacation time last year. With almost two weeks of holidays to pass, we were getting bored. I started looking for projects that can consume at least a few of these days, the more the better. Somehow I ended up getting inspired to do this newspaper pirate ship activity for kids with her.

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Our Name Is Going All The Way To Mars

Since Mangalyaan’s successful placement in the orbit of Mars, me and Little B are exploring everything space – spacecrafts, satellites, solar system and every other thing that moves and goes up in the sky. And today we found out we can send our names to Mars.


Baking Soda and Vinegar Painting

I love science. For science is all these little parts but still it is much more than the sum of its parts. It has a million ways to excite you and...