Christmas science decorations — say whaaaat? Who says there is no science in Christmas? Which ideas will you try out with your students or kids?
Get pumped up for the Christmas season investigating chemistry and physics with a festive twist. These Christmas science experiments are sure to please.
Halloween science experiments are a fabulous way to stimulate curiosity in kids. Spooky chemistry and physics makes concepts fun and easy to learn.
Puffins are amazing creatures. You’ll want to know all the puffin facts you find. Then visit Newfoundland and be part of the Puffin Patrol to learn more.
Let the puffins of Witless Bay be a super memorable experience when you visit the grand island of Newfoundland. Take a boat tour (I highly recommend Molly Bawn Whale and Puffin Tours to see the unique birds perhaps closer than you’d imagine.
Beach science is a great way to pair a lovely day at the beach with some cool science connections. Try these activities during your next beach adventure.
Fall science experiments get children stoked for the new school year. Variable weather and cool animal adaptations make for interesting science activities.
Habitat Fragmentation happens naturally but development makes it worse. Read on to find out why the creation of habitat islands is a bad thing.
Frogs are cool and not all of them are green. They are slimy carnivores living off of bugs. Take a gander at some interesting and unusual frog facts.
Butterflies are a joy to have around your garden. So, how can you do yourself and these beautiful pollinators some good? Create an amazing butterfly garden.