Posts Tagged ‘science for kids’



Mission to Mars

Join High Touch High Tech in celebrating Red Planet Day November 28th! Who’s ready to go on a mission to Mars? If you are like me, you have already been on a mission to Mars, thanks to the classic ride at Disney World. Mission to Mars was an attraction located in Tomorrowland at Disneyland and at […]

World Kindness Day

Celebrating World Kindness Day – November 13th, 2020 Happy World Kindness Day!  Do you remember how you felt the last time you experienced a “random act of kindness?”  Ever had a stranger give you a compliment that made your day?  When did you last give that universal little wave of thanks when another driver let […]

Sizzlin’ Science Summer Camps

Many of the schools and organizations who choose to book summer programs with us, continue to book year after year. This may be a result of the benefits that teachers and parents see when their students are involved in summer learning programs. Studies suggest that students lose roughly a month of learning during the summer. […]

Summer Learning Loss

Summer is fast approaching, and our eye is on the important topics. What is the true cost of all the time spent away from the classroom? How can we continue to stimulate and inspire bright young minds, in a way that feels fun and exciting to both kids and parents? Research shows that students that […]

25 Years of Prioritizing Education

The focus on education is ever increasing. In our technological, fast paced world, the focus on providing a well-rounded, ample education is critical. To develop into intelligent, innovated adults, the foundation of education must be engaging and copious. Lifelong success begins early. Studies have shown that children who enter the K-12 system unprepared rarely catch […]

25 Years of Slime

In recent years, the slime trend has taken the internet by storm. There are over 13 million posts with #Slime on Instagram! This trend has even been responsible for glue shortages at craft stores around the world! High Touch High Tech brought slime to students 25 years ago! We were the original slime makers! How […]

Thanksgivukkah: This Meeting of Holidays Won’t Happen Again for 70,000 Years!

This Thursday is not only Thanksgiving, but for our friends who are Jewish, it’s also the first full day and the second evening of Hanukkah. The meeting of these two holidays is being called Thanksgivukkah. How rare is it for these two holidays to meet this way? Well, it’s not going to happen for another 76-80,000 years or […]

Celebrate Earth Week! April 16 – April 22

Earth Day is April 22nd, but many people extend the celebration to make it Earth Week. Depending on how you choose to celebrate, Earth Week runs from April 16th to Earth Day, April 22nd, or it is the week that includes Earth Day, which is April 17-23, 2011. Make a difference this week! Try making […]