Another great question this week, this time sent in by seven year old Daniel, who lives in Singapore; Daniel
Energy is a great subject in science. It covers so many things and I have many other aspects that I hope to share with you soon but one thing that explains energy so well is a simple rubber band; it can demonstrate elasticity, kinetic energy and potential
This great question was sent in by six year old Cathal, who can sometimes be found
I’m back with another great question this week, send in by Sarah, who wants to know …
Why does my tummy rumble?
It is all explained in this short
We are big fans of pancakes in this house; I’m pretty casual with my batter making at this stage, I throw a few things into a bowl or blender, a bit of a mix, into the pan, quick flip and hey presto! It seems I am going about it all the wrong way
It is all about snails here this week; snail questions, bad weather and midterm break. I was planning a written blog in response to all his questions, but, spirits were high this morning (in the kids, not me!) so writing time was limited. Instead
I watched a great documentary on Netflix* recently all about lying… it is called Dis(honesty): the truth about lies and I would highly recommend it.
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What would happen if we had no moon?
That was a questioned posed by one of my kids this week. It lead to lots of discussion and interesting debate until finally we were talking about
Can water go uphill? The answer is… yes it can! In some ways anyway; water can travel upwards by a process called capillary action.
Capillary action can be described as water climbing upwards due to weak forces created between the water molecules