Do you like to look at the stars? What can you identify in the night sky? Try finding some important constellations tonight!
9 images of plants in some large naturally occuring habitats called biomes such as tundra, grasslands and boreal forests
12 images of some cold-blooded animals such as frogs and newts classified as amphibians that can live in the water or on land
Find out what happens if you spin the colours of the rainbow in this hands-on activity.
Do an experiment with celery to learn about the structures that help plants take up water.
Explore acid-base chemical reactions that really get things bubbling in the kitchen!
Explore how we see things far and near and from different angles. It's all about perspective!
What does light have to do with colour? Observe some colourful fruit under different conditions to learn why we see the colours we see!
Explore the chemistry behind why bananas turn brown. Can chemistry also help prevent this?
Get your popcorn kernels dancing with this uplifting chemical reaction.
How do the green leaves of summer change to vibrant colours in fall? Explore plant pigments in this chromatography activity.
Learn about the role of yeast in this fun decomposition reaction.