Apples are all around this time of year—grab a few and explore decay, plus create a spooky looking apple volcano with a chemical reaction!
A spooky science experiment using gummy worms, candy osmosis demonstrates a process that our cells do every day.
Looking for some back-to-school books to help your child or students prepare for the transition? We have some teacher-curated ideas.
Curious about why leaves change colors in the fall? Try this simple fall science activity and explore leaf chromatography.
Looking for ideas to jazz up math practice on a warm day? We have 3 ideas for outdoor math games that involve a refreshing twist: water!
Looking for some science and movement-based activities to celebrate National Popcorn Day on January 19th? We’ve curated the best for you and your kids or your classroom.
Wondering about the winter solstice and how to explain it to your kids? We’ve got some answers for your dinner table conversations (and some fun educational activities).
Have a child who is preparing to take the SAT? This simple plan will help your child maximize their time and their score.
10 educational, teacher-recommended math games that all use a deck of cards to build skills in counting, fractions, addition, place value.
We’ve noticed a handful of themes with parents throughout the past months shadowed by the clouds of the pandemic. It’s great insight into our public schools—and we hope they can make some shifts.