Experiment: How Do I Make a Sunset?
Have you ever wondered why the sun gets so orange and dark-colored around sunset at night?
Please don't paint our planet PINK!
A story about climate change for kids and their adults.
Do Clouds Have Names?
Unless it’s a perfectly sunny day, there will always be some clouds in the sky?
Why are Tsunamis so dangerous?
Unless you’ve been living under a rock you will have undoubtedly heard about the terrible and devastating Tsunami that hit Japan last week.
Learn about Global Warming
Global warming is when too much heat gets trapped in the Earth’s atmosphere, causing a disruption to our ecological systems.
Learn about Earthquakes
You have probably heard the news about the devastating earthquake that struck the country of Haiti in January 2010.
Learn about Fossil Fuels
Fossil fuels are sources of energy that come from dead organisms that underwent anaerobic or oxygen-free decomposition.
Learn about Volcanoes
A volcano is generally a mountain where molten rock erupts through the surface or crust of the planet.
Learn about Planet Earth
The earth is the third planet from the Sun in our solar system.
Learn about Ecosystems
The word “ecosystem” is short for ecological system. An ecosystem is where living creatures thrive within a given area.
Learn about Crystals
Crystals are rock-solid objects made of matter wherein particles form a pattern that creates its overall shape.
Learn about the Water Cycle
The constant movement of water on, above and below the surface of the Earth is called the Water Cycle.
What’s inside Planet Earth?
Well –that’s what the L’s asked me last weekend so I decided to ask them right back.