Science Skills

Real-World Science Skills

Not only are we born mathematicians, we are scientists as well!

Science is about exploration, observation, experimentation, comparing, questioning, predicting, timing, evaluating, measuring, preparing, drawing conclusions, theorizing, and many other things. Many of these skills are done so quickly in our minds, that we hardly take notice of it happening.

Kids and parents can explore science and have a great time discovering how fascinating this subject is.

Here are some of the topics that can be found within this site. If you have a topic that you would like to see covered, please leave me a comment and I’ll do my best to help you out.

Biology

Human Body

Human Brain


Human Heart Resource Page

Make Your Own: Net Bag


Foods

Apples

Bean Resources


Marshmallows


Orange Resources

Popcorn Project


Cabbage

Strawberries

Sweet Potato Resources



Zoology & Animal life


Basilisk Lizard

Bats


Chemistry – Includes Cooking/Recipes

Cocoa Lip Balm – recipe

Apples

Cabbage

Sweet Potato Resources

The Three Sisters: Corn
Scroll down to learn how to make butter


Earth Science

Clouds

Fall/Autumn

Snowflake Science

Volcanoes

Winter Solstice

Solar Experiments


Space

Apollo 7

Phases Of The Moon 

The Sun

Weather

Emergency Preparedness Resources

Tracking Hurricanes


Gardening & Plant Life

Pine Trees

The Three Sisters: Introduction 
Scroll down to learn more about companion planting

The Three Sisters: Beans
Scroll down to Activity #2 Grow a bean plant




Geology

Geodes

Rocks & Minerals


Play In The Sand



Inventions

Benjamin Franklin’s Glass Armonica

Physics

Balloons

Birds Eggs

Experiments You Can Do With The Sun

Hot Air Balloon

Hula Hoop

Inspiring People: Dough Thrower

Magic 

Optical Illusions 


Water Balloons


Light 

Science of Light


Sound

Sounds Around

Engineering

Inspiring People: Cardstacker


Scientists 


Niels Bohrs


Michael Faraday 

Robert Hutchings Goddard


Coming Soon…

Archaeology – Cryptozoology – Earth wonders – Force – Forensics – Gravity – Lightning – Meteorology – Oobleck – Paleontology – Slime – Stars – States of matter – Vibration – Water – Wind

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    Thank you so much for sharing this post.

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