Posts Tagged ‘STEM’



Podcast: Mission to Mars

High Touch High Tech’s February Podcast, Mission to Mars, is live! Join Dinosaur Dan, Narwhal Nina, and special guest Earthquake Ethan as they talk about space exploration, the Mars rover, and the future of humankind! Recorded live from Dinosaur Dan’s very own Tesla!

Pistachios, a yummy seed!

Join High Touch High Tech in celebrating National Pistachio Day February 26, 2021! Pistachios are the seeds from the fruit of a small Persian tree, Pistachia vera. They have been cultivated for at least 3,000 years, widely in Central Asia to the Mediterranean region. Green and slightly sweet, pistachios are called nuts, but botanically are seeds. Related […]

Dragons: Science or Science Fiction?

Join HTHT in celebrating Appreciate a Dragon Day January 16th! Since it is Appreciate a Dragon Day on January 16th, we started wondering, just where does the idea of Dragons come from, anyway?  Why does this mythical beast appear in ancient myths and legends all over the world, from The British Isles all the way […]

Should old acquaintance be forgot?

It is almost New Year’s eve! Although most people are happy to be saying goodbye to the year 2020, it has certainly been a year to remember! Of course, when we talk about New Year’s eve, the words of Auld Lang Syne will surely come up! Why is that? What’s the song about? This song’s […]

Spice Up Your Winter….with these Winter Spices!

The kitchen has always been a place where people would gather – at birthday parties, celebrations, holidays, and family gatherings. The act of breaking bread around a table is more than just a tasty experience, it is a way to provide nurturing and show love. We see these same traits reflected around the globe in […]

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 […]

Exploding Colors

We offer a fun experiment called “Exploding Colors” that represents the relationship between milk and common dish soap that can be found at your home! Milk has fat in it and the food coloring floats on top of the fat. The fat is all connected with bonds. Think of it like the little pieces of […]

Ice Cube Fishing & Freezing Point Depression

Sometimes, when we add a compound to water or ice, it can change the freezing temperature of the liquid. The process of lowering the freezing temperature of a liquid is called freezing point depression. This is a concept that those who live in areas with very harsh winters see in action very often. Consider a […]

Chlorophyll is for Smarty Plants!

What’s Chlorophyll? It is a natural chemical that makes plants green! Chlorophyll is found not only in plants but also in algae and some bacteria. Chlorophyll has a molecular structure in which Magnesium is located at the center, and plants that contain chlorophyll are autotrophs, meaning that they are able to create the nutrients that […]

Igloos

The Arctic is one of the coldest environments on Earth. Winters are long with few hours of daylight. The Inuit people must adapt to this extreme climate. They need thick, warm clothing made from animal skins and furs. They make boots, hats and warm jackets called anoraks. The Inuit people build sturdy shelters to protect […]