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  • Celery and Food Colouring Science Experiment for Kids

    Have you ever wondered how exactly water gets absorbed into plants after you have watered them? Unlike us humans, plants make their own food through the process of photosynthesis. “Photosynthesis is a process used by plants and other organisms to convert light energy, into chemical energy that can be later released to fuel the organisms' activities.”…

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  • A Simple Penny on Playing Card Experiment

    Born on January 4, 1643, in the United Kingdom, Sir Isaac Newton, philosopher, astronomer, mathematician and physicist remains one of the greatest science minds that ever existed. In 1687, Newton published what has been called the greatest influential book on physics, Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica. Newton died on March 31, 1727 in London. During his…

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  • The Math Problem

    Many have noticed a shift in the math system. There seem to be a difference with math compared to ten years ago. There is more of an emphasis on problem-solving through a collaborative method, group work and inquiry based which means that students are allowed to ask questions and the opportunities to discover solutions instead…

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  • The Making of a Kite

    Chinese are credited with the invention of the kite. Mo Di (468-376 BC), a famous philosopher in ancient China, is believed to have made the first kite some 2,300 years ago. It is said that within three years, he created a kite in the shape of a bird, which he flew for only one day.…

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  • The World on your Fingers

    Access to the Internet is perhaps one of the best things that has happened in our time. We use it for almost everything. It is our library of books, movies, music, and friends. It keeps us busy and entertained at the same time. The Internet affects our generation the most, but as children now born…

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