Free on-line Pancake Science Magazine for children

Free on-line Pancake Science Magazine for children

I am very excited to share this latest project with you; this is an idea I have had for a while so I am delighted to have finally finished and published. I really hope you like it and that your junior scientists get plenty of entertainment from this Pancake Science Magazine.

Science Wows Pancake Science Magazine

Have a look through and see what you think, there are experiment ideas and a video link to show you how. It is crammed full of interesting facts… from who made the first pancake to the mathematical formula for the perfect pancake flip.

You’ll also find puzzles and quizzes and a free printable download if you prefer to print them off and let the children test their pancake knowledge. There are also some pancake jokes to entertain you all and Dr. Simple can be found throughout the magazine, a familiar face with a few costume changes!

There is a little colour coding for all the subjects covered, from chemistry to astronomy, to maths. So your kids can just dip in and choose their favourites, if they prefer.

I would really love to hear what you think and how your children find this magazine, if you have a minute to give me any feedback I’d be delighted.

I haven’t shown this to my own kids yet, but I think I have this rainy afternoon’s entertainment sorted now.

 

Hope you Enjoy!

 

Need a mobile friendly version? just click here! And this is a separate link to the free printable.

A simple slice of science – Why is the sky blue?

A simple slice of science – Why is the sky blue?

This week’s question for Dr. Simple came from a source very close to home… my eight year old wants to know

“Why is the Sky blue?”

 

I told him we would put it to Dr. Simple, so here it is, in 30 seconds…

 

blueSky

 

 

If you have any other questions on this topic or another do leave a message in the comments below. There are lots of great questions coming in for Dr. Simple but he always loves getting more!

 

If you need a little convincing about all this information on light and colour you can check it out for yourself as I will be sharing some great experimentsĀ on tomorrow’s Fun Friday post!