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Science for Kids: Air is Matter – it occupies space and has mass.

Posted on 19th Jan 2013 | in Physics

Science With Me! encourages children 
to work on their own and to investigate and solve problems as scientists do. Kids are naturally inquisitive and therefore naturally scientific so visit us regularly for lots of fantastic science play ideas for children. Here’s a comic sketch that teaches Loghlen, Luke and Leah a basic scientific concept i.e. […]


What does sound travel through?

Posted on 17th Jan 2012 | in Physics

My kids are fascinated by sound. Maybe it’s because they are very good at making lots of it! But what causes sound? Sound occurs when an object vibrates. When an object moves back and forth we say it vibrates. When something vibrates (like your voice box) it causes the molecules around it to also vibrate, […]


Learn about the Teeth

Posted on 18th Mar 2011 | in The Human Body

Teeth are small, calcified, white structures found along the jaws of most humans and animals. Humans have two sets of teeth in a lifetime. Adult humans have 32 teeth. Humans first set of teeth are called milk teeth. Children have 20 primary (milk) teeth and generally these will have all been replaced by second teeth […]


Learn about Bonding

Posted on 16th Feb 2011 | in Chemistry

In your daily activities, you probably use the term “bonding” to refer to the activities you do with your best friends aka “bonding sessions”. If you have helped your dad or mom fix something in the house with glue, then you might also have used the same term. In Chemistry, this term has a similar […]


Learn about Color

Posted on 16th Feb 2011 | in Physics

Did you know that color, according to research and studies, is a mere sensation and not an object or property? Color is actually just a visual effect caused by the eye, which can react in various ways to differentiate wavelengths of light. Therefore, an object reflecting light of a certain wavelength will appear to be […]


Learn about Transport in Plants

Posted on 9th Feb 2011 | in Plants

Like you and all other living organisms in the world, plants need water and nutrients from the environment in order to survive. Different parts of the plant are involved in transport or movement of water and nutrients. These parts are the roots, the stem and the leaves. The transport system of plants works similar to […]


Learn about Rainforest Animals

Posted on 8th Feb 2011 | in Animals

Have you ever gone on a hiking trip in a forest? A forest has a variety of plants and animals not seen in your usual neighborhood. However, a temperate rainforest is different from a tropical rainforest. A temperate rainforest serves as a habitat for plants and animals that can stand colder temperatures whereas a tropical […]


Learn about the Human Eye

Posted on 2nd Feb 2011 | in The Human Body

The human eye is the organ of sight. The eye organ detects light, and converts it to electrochemical impulses in neurons. Rod and cone cells in the retina allow us see light, figure out perception of depth (how near and far objects are) and to differentiate color.  


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 Mollusks

Posted on 20th Jan 2011 | in Animals

Have you ever observed a snail travel from one point to another? Isn’t it very slow? This is because it does not have feet which are like yours. It does not have the support and strength provided by your skeleton. A snail is just one of the many kinds of mollusks you might have already […]


Learn about Mammals

Posted on 20th Jan 2011 | in Animals

Have you ever been asked the question “What makes a monkey, an elephant, a blue whale and a human similar to each other?” The answer is simple: all of them belong to the class Mammalia. About 5,400 species of mammals have been discovered. Mammals can be very small (example: a bumblebee bat only measures 30-40 […]