Pi Day is a silly and fun holiday to celebrate math with kids young and old! Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th every year because of the relationship of 3/14 to the numerical value of pi which is 3.14 or π. Pi is the circumference of any circle divided… [Read More]
Bored kids are a recipe for post-holiday dinner disaster. This year, keep them occupied with some easy dinner table experiments to ensure your family has many stories to tell for years to come.
Red Delicious, Granny Smith, Gala – apples are tasty in all of their forms, but they are also a great canvas for science experiments for kids! So, what do you do with all the apples you pick (or pick up at the store)? Apart from eating, saucing, and baking them… [Read More]
Spring is finally here and so are the eggs! Spring and eggs go together because eggs are a common symbol of fertility… and Spring is a time of growth, birth, and rebirth. In celebration, here are some fun egg-speriments you can do with… eggs!
Every year on March 14th, talk turns to pie – oops, we mean pi! (not that we don’t love both sweet and savory pies!) Why is this year so different than other years? The answer is based in the definition of pi! Pi, the first letter of the Greek word… [Read More]