Posts Tagged ‘Valentine’s Day’



The History Behind Valentine’s Day and Why We Celebrate it!

The History Behind Valentine’s Day! The Roman’s had a festival called The Feast of Lupercalia that was celebrated in the middle of February. An Emperor named Claudius II executed two men with the same name, Valentine, in different years, on the same day February 14th. The first Valentine was a Roman Priest and was caught and thrown […]

Sweeten Up Your Valentine’s Day with FUN Science!

Today, we’re celebrating the holiday of love with a  “hearty” dose of FUN science! Get ready to take a walk on the sweet side & discover if you’ve got the beat! Don’t forget to scroll to the bottom of the post to find FUN  Valentine’s Day At-Home Science Experiments! As always, We’d LOVE to hear how you spent your […]

Valentine’s Day Science…The Chocolate Tradition!

If you’re looking for a simple way to wish your sweetheart happy Valentine’s Day, you might consider saying it with chocolate. After all, you won’t be alone: according to a 2009 Nielsen report , approximately 48 million pounds of the sweet stuff is sold during the week leading up to the holiday. The Royal Chemistry Society asserts the […]

Add Some Science To Your Valentine’s Day- FUN and Simple Activities!

Love has a lot to do with chemistry, so if you’re looking to connect Valentine’s Day with chemistry, you’ve come to the right place. Take a look at these FUN and simple experiments that relate to Valentine’s Day. Crystal Heart Decoration: This crystal heart only takes a couple of hours to grow & makes a pretty Valentine’s Day […]