Here is our list of abbreviations used for microscope slides. You will see abbreviations like W.M, L.S, & C.S on prepared slides, and here is what they mean.
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We take a closer look into how stuff works and share with you tips and tricks for STEM products and projects.
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Want to know what a non-Newtonian fluid is? Here is our simple explanation of non-Newtonian fluids and some real-life examples.
We were amazed when we discovered the Mimosa Pudica plant. It moves when touched! In this post, we discover how the Mimosa Pudica moves. STEM Video.
Ever wondered how your Kinetic Sand stays wet? Why it doesn't make a mess? We take a look at the science behind Kinetic Sand.
A guide to help you make awesome time lapse videos of plants. Plant time lapse videos are a great STEM education tool. Here is how to make them.
A guide for parents to get their kids started with Arduino. Arduino brings fun and education to kids. Start now!
We take a look, and explain how balloons create thrust, and why balloon propulsion is so commonly used in science experiments.
Ways that we collect things for our STEM activities. Making all of our STEM activities free or close to free. Save on your STEM stuff.
The milk and dish soap experiment is a great science experiment for kids. We take a look at how and why it works.
A simple and a complex explanation of what happens when you mix baking soda and vinegar. A very popular STEM science reaction.
If you are trying to understand how Arduino works, here is a really simple explanation so you understand the process.