Friday, September 30, 2016

30 Days of Science from Little Passports: Light Bulbs, Invisible Ink, Musical Jars, and Scientific Butter!

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Does your young explorer enjoy science experiments? Do you think you may have a young Edison on your hands? Try this experiment, Make Your Own Light Bulb, and find out!

Now that your explorer has created something for the world to see, they may want to make something disappear. Why not try creating invisible ink, the ultimate science lesson in disguise!

Science is not just about what can be seen (or not seen). Observation also occurs through our other senses such as sound and taste.

Has your young scientist ever wondered what sound is? How is it made? Find out the answer while creating a scientific symphony with musical jars!

Finally, we can not forget our taste buds! What is scientific butter, you may ask? It’s butter that you make while learning about science! Your young explorers are sure to enjoy this fun and gooey experiment. The question is, will you eat it?

Be sure to read to the bottom of Little Passports' blog posts -- they have something brewing in the laboratory!


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