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Science Experiment For Kids: Do Clouds Have Names?

Posted on 6th Sep 2013 | in Earth Science

It is easy to develop an interest in science among young kids. At Science With Me! we encourage you to start right now! How?? Have your kids do the following experiment and remember to discuss it with them…. If you enjoy doing science experiments with your child, download our fantastic eBook ’19 Fun Science Experiments […]


Why are Tsunamis so dangerous?

Posted on 14th Mar 2011 | in Earth Science

Unless you’ve been living under a rock you will have undoubtedly heard about the terrible and devastating Tsunami that hit Japan last week. Straight away, Ali asked me what causes a tsunami? With such a massive news story you can’t help but chat about science and the environment with children. So I told her; a […]


Learn about Global Warming

Posted on 9th Feb 2011 | in Earth Science

Global warming is when too much heat gets trapped in the Earth’s atmosphere, causing a disruption to our ecological systems. It is similar to what is called the greenhouse effect. In a greenhouse, sunlight is trapped inside to cultivate plant growth and reproduction. However too much heat or sunlight will cause temperature levels to rise […]


Learn about Earthquakes

Posted on 28th Jan 2011 | in Earth Science

You have probably heard the news about the devastating earthquake that struck the country of Haiti in January 2010. Hundreds of thousands of people were killed and millions were left homeless. Even the country’s capitol was destroyed. Earthquakes are very powerful and scary natural occurrences. But did you know that not all earthquakes are like […]


Learn about Fossil Fuels

Posted on 25th Jan 2011 | in Earth Science

Fossil fuels are sources of energy that come from dead organisms that underwent anaerobic or oxygen-free decomposition. Fossil fuels are therefore very old; some of them reach ages of hundreds of millions of years. Fossil fuels are used in many human activities. They power the cars we drive. Most probably, they power your home’s cooking. […]


Learn about Volcanoes

Posted on 16th Jan 2011 | in Earth Science

What is Volcano? A volcano is generally a mountain where molten rock erupts through the surface or crust of the planet. An opening or rupture allows hot magma, gases or ash to escape from the earth’s core. In simple terms a volcano is a mountain that opens downward to a pool of molten rock or […]


Learn about Planet Earth

Posted on 6th Nov 2010 | in Earth Science

The earth is the third planet from the Sun in our solar system. It is the fifth largest of the eight planets in our solar system and the only planet that supports life. The earth is home to millions of species including us…humans! Scientists believe that the earth is the only planet to have life […]


Learn about Ecosystems

Posted on 6th Nov 2010 | in Earth Science

The word ‘ecosystem‘ is short for ecological system. An ecosystem is where living creatures thrive within a given area. You can say that an ecosystem is the natural environment where biological organisms such as plants, animals and humans co-exist in this world. So naturally that includes you and me. Yes, we are all members of […]


Learn about Crystals

Posted on 3rd Nov 2010 | in Earth Science

Crystals are rock-solid objects made of matter wherein particles form a pattern that creates its overall shape. Crystals emit a polished look, making it look glossy and glittering. You can see crystals not just on minerals but also in salt and sugar! If you have seen a block of sugar you should look closely to […]


Learn about the Water Cycle

Posted on 3rd Nov 2010 | in Earth Science

The constant movement of water on, above and below the surface of the Earth is called the Water Cycle. Next time you pour a glass of water take a look at the water. It is very possible the water in your glass fell as rain just last week. The Earth has a finite or limited […]


What’s inside Planet Earth?

Posted on 28th Sep 2007 | in Earth Science

Well –that’s what the L’s asked me last weekend so I decided to ask them right back. Loghlen answered ‘gravity’ which I thought was pretty cool. Lukie said it’s very very hot in there and Leah said ‘apple’.  Apple! –what a great idea to help us talk more about our planet. So…….. 1. Mommy, Lukie and Leah cut […]