30 Days of Science with Little Passports

I have always been a bit of a Science nerd, well more than a bit! I did my A levels in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. So I am constantly always on the look out for Sciencey articles to read, and now since I have baby girl, its activities I can do with her when she’s older.

A while back I wrote a review on the Little Passports kit that we got to try out, and they actually have their own blog extending on the Little Passports kits that they offer.

Little Passports - 30 days of Science

Little Passports aim to inspire and educate children about the world through their subscription service and lots of fun stuff to do on their own blog. This month they have been doing the 30 days of Science challenge.

The 30 Days of Science continues on the Little Passports blog with many show-stopping experiments, here are few  to get you started.

So grab your kids and start exploring science!

Get messy

Get your hands messy and make an eggshell disappear! This fun and easy kitchen experiment answers the question, “Can you peel a raw egg?”

Can you make an eggshell disappear?

Get powerful

Let the power of polymers wow your kids! Try this simple experiment to make a leak-proof bag. Believe it or not, all you need is a zipper-lock bag and some pencils.

Create a leak proof bag

 

Get tasting

Have you ever had a cold and noticed that you weren’t able to detect a flavor in all of the foods you ate? Assemble your young scientists around a few of their favorite foods and ask, does smell affect taste? This delicious experiment will reveal the answer!

Does Smell affect taste?

 

Get cool

Inspire your kids to learn about science by virtually visiting the coolest science museums around the world.

5 Coolest Science Museums

 

Get more

Craving more science experiments? Visit the Little Passports blog.

I hope you have enjoyed these little Science experiments. Do your children love Science? Are they always asking you Science questions?

I love to read your comments as always.

rachelbustin.com

 

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2 Comments

  1. September 22, 2016 / 8:09 am

    This looks fab – my stepson would love this, as he’s just getting more interested in science. Fab review! Xx

    • Rachel Bustin
      September 22, 2016 / 10:52 am

      Thanks Bridie. Lovely to hear that your stepson is getting into Science! xx

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