Does your child love Science? Will they be the next Nobel Prize winner? Lab Live: Why oh Why is teaming up with OKIDO to bring you an exciting fun-filled activity weekend in London on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th September, and I have 5 family tickets for you to win!
Lab Live aims to inspire the next generation of scientists, makers and inventors by asking questions and providing hands-on activities to come up with the answers! Through posing some simple questions about everyday science, each activity will give children the chance to experiment, build, create, invent or explore different outcomes.
The event is all about STEAM and how combining STEAM subjects can help children to use and stretch their imaginations for creative and inventive outcomes.
Today I’m on the blog tour for The Beedog: An Insect Discovery in Portugal by Addie Broussard and illustrated by Jayeeta Neogi. It’s a brilliant little kids book that takes kids picture books to a different level!
An award-winning picture book that will get little ones excited about science.
While building a unique sandcastle, Cora and Manny spot a rather curious insect.
Soon, the little scientists keep a watchful eye on the insect’s movements, while learning about the natural environment along the way.
A great book for STEM education and homeschool projects or just curious little ones who love science. Book extras include fun, printable activities related to science learning and research.
Baby girl and I love to build things with her toys. We build towers, play with her stacking cups and even love to pile up her teddies! So when we were asked to review Geomag’s Magicubes it was an offer we couldn’t refuse. I’ve always had more of a scientific than an arty brain. In fact my whole family is inclined that way, with my sister being an engineer as well.
We love to find out how things work and this has been passed down to baby girl. I believe that they are never too young to begin STEM learning and these Magicube’s are perfect to support this.
The first set of Magicube’s we tried out were the Polar Animals set.