Posts Tagged ‘science at home’



Find a Rainbow

Join High Touch High Tech in celebrating Find a Rainbow Day April 3rd A rainbow is caused by the collision of sunlight and certain atmospheric conditions. Light enters a water droplet, slowing down and bending as it goes from air to denser water. The light reflects off the inside of the droplet, separating into its component wavelengths–or […]

FUN Science: Make Your Own Buckyball!

  If you’ve kicked around a soccer ball, you may have noticed the pattern on the ball’s surface. The ball is stitched together from 12 patches with five sides (pentagons) and 20 patches with six sides (hexagons). About 20 years ago, chemists discovered that carbon can form into molecules with the same shape. This molecule […]

Parents Magazine Lists 5 Ways To Have FUN with Science!

    How many times a day do you think kids ask “why”? Probably too many to actually keep count even if we tried!  Kids are naturally equipped with a curiosity of how things work. I guess you could say that they are researchers in their own rite. Wired like little sponges, children will absorb […]