Microscope Discovery Sheet for Sensory Bins

Use this free STEM printable to let your child play a fun microscope game while they are pretending to be a scientist! Perfect for preschool to elementary science programs, this is a fun, safe, and creative way to introduce the world of microbes to a child. It's basically using a drinking glass to see through [...]

6 STEM Book Gift Pairings for Babies: A gift guide

Some of the best gifts for babies are books. They help their big eyes focus, help them learn about the world, and expose them to new words every day. Below, find some fun gifts to pair with some of this year's most popular science books for babies! The product links below are affiliate links, buying [...]

Make your own painting Art-Robot: Inspired by “Ada Lace Sees Red”

One of the best ways to bring a new activity into your kid's life is to be inspired by a special book. After reading Ada Lace Sees Red, (SPOILER ALERT) which features a robot that can paint (and an intelligent heroine), my daughter couldn't get enough, so I thought I'd expand her love of the [...]

Snippets of Science: Radioactive Fiestaware

Snippets of Science are short tales of fascinating science for a quick read. Would you like some uranium with your tea? From 1936-1972, the makers of Fiestaware (and also many other ceramics from that time) used uranium oxide in the glaze, making the dining sets radioactive. They initially used natural uranium which contains a mix [...]

Extract your own DNA!

Did you know extracting your DNA so you can see it with your own eyes is one of the easiest science projects you will ever do? Take a look at the video below and try it out for yourself! We've also included some cartoons from The Baby Biochemist: DNA to illustrate what is happening during each step! [...]