Learn about Elements
What is an element? About two and half thousand years ago ancient Greece philosophers spent their time wondering about what “everything” (i.
Learn about Reactions
“Dad! Dad! Where are you?” Bernie shouts running through the house.
Learn about Dissolving
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Learn about Lab Apparatus
Have you ever tried mixing chemicals together? If you have, you probably already know that it is best to do this in a laboratory because handling chemicals can be dangerous.
Science Experiment: Cleaning Copper
Cleaning Copper: Apparatus Cleaning Copper: Method Method: Pour the vinegar into the bowl.
Learn about Evaporation
ScienceWithMe! brings you another simple science experiment from our Science With Africa!
Experiment: Cleaning Water
ScienceWithMe! brings you another simple science experiment: Cleaning Water! Many of you have written to me over the past few weeks asking for some more experiments.
Science Experiment: Fake Snow
My name is Loghlen Rickard. My Mom started ScienceWithMe! to keep me busy and out of other mischief when I was 3 years old.
Learn about Bonding
In your daily activities, you probably use the term “bonding” to refer to the activities you do with your best friends aka “bonding sessions”.
Learn about Solutions
You might have eaten pancakes with maple syrup this morning or sometime in the past.
Learn about Noble Gases
Have you ever ridden on a balloon? Many tourist spots offer balloon rides in order for people to see the beauty of a place from above.
Learn about Matter
Matter is anything that has volume and weight. Everything on earth has volume and weight.
Learn about Atoms
Everything in the world is made up of matter. Matter is made up of small building blocks called atoms.