We have put together a list of the funniest science jokes for 2020. These science jokes are sure to make you and your science friends laugh.
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We test out the kaleidoscope smartphone attachment that turns your smartphone into an awesome kaleidoscope. Here is our review.
We have put together an awesome list of our favourite science socks that you can buy right now. Science merch for scientists.
We created a time-lapse video of bread going mouldy. It was really fun to create, and watching mould grow on bread in a time lapse is pretty neat. STEM Video.
We take a look at the Skyforce Air Powered Rocket from Big W. A simple STEM toy that provides hours of fun for the kids.
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.
We take a look at Newtonian Putty by Heebie Jeebies. It is a non-newtonian fluid that is not only fun but a great educational toy. Here is our review and opinion.
The foam bubble blower is a DIY kids activity that is easy to make loved by kids. Here are our instructions and video so you can make your kids a foam bubble blower. 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.
Make your own lava lamp with this step by step guide to the lava lamp kids science experiment. Watch our demonstration and follow the guide. STEM Video.
The erupting volcano is a classic kids toy showcasing a classic science reaction. The Kmart DIY Volcano is great value and a must have STEM toy. STEM Video.
We test out and review the popular Kmart kids microscope by Anko. A great value microscope to start kids on their scientific journey.
Magic Rocks is a awesome kids science experiment from Smithsonian. A great STEM learning experiment for kids.
We review the Balloon Racer by Quack. A very inexpensive STEM toy that will give kids hours of fun. Toy cars powered by balloons.
We take a look, and explain how balloons create thrust, and why balloon propulsion is so commonly used in science experiments.
Our raving review of Amazing (Mostly) Edible Science by Andrew Schloss. A book full of fun ways to teach kids STEM at home.