Learning to think critically may be one of the most important skills that today’s children will need for the future. Ellen Galinsky, author of Mind in the Making, includes critical thinking on her list of the seven essential life skills needed by every child. Todays world is changing rapidly, children cant just repeat a list of […]
As we head into the spooky season of Halloween i thought i would share with you my top 3 experiments to do at home! First off on my list is the Witches Brew Potion! This is a classic and always amazes the kids! And the best part is you can do it at home in […]
Today we are giving you access to our Steam Science Club Space Rocket Slime Lesson Plan! The Steam Science Club is a membership for parents, entrepreneurs and educators. A one stop community to get everything you need to teach your children Steam lessons at home or to start and grow your own kids STEAM Club. Click here […]
The most important aspect to remember when teaching STEAM is that, it is all based on what the child sees is taking place – we can guide them with certain questions to encourage them to see what we would like them to see in the end, but initially it is all about what they see. […]
What is the Steam Science Club? The Steam Science Club is a membership for parents, entrepreneurs and educators. A one stop community to get everything you need to teach your children Steam lessons at home or to start and grow your own kids STEAM Club. We have 3 different options to choose from: 1. Start your own […]
3 TIPS FOR TEACHING YOUR KIDS AT HOME As we enter a new chapter in our lives, certain things become more daunting than others, this entails how we have to deal with the circumstances and what has been thrown at us in a very short time period.Where one could drop kids off at schools, extra-murals […]
When you mixed the water and sugar you made a SUPER SATURATED SOLUTION. This means that the water could only hold the sugar if both were very hot. As the water cools the sugar “comes out” of the solution back into sugar crystals on your string.
The oil floats on top of the water because it is less dense or lighter than water. The food colouring has the same density as the water so it sinks through the oil and mixes with the water. When you add the tablet it sinks to the bottom then starts to dissolve.
Our mission at Little Professors is to make science & stem subjects fun and exciting for young children and help contribute to their understanding of how nature and the world around them works. Given children’s in-born curiosity and enthusiasm towards learning new things, we want to create an environment where they can have fun, experiment […]
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