Science Sunday: Experimenting with Colors

We are talking all about colors on this edition of Science Sunday, and this is an activity we encourage you to try along with us at home. The supplies you will need are: a blue-colored pencil, a red-colored pencil, red and blue filter paper, and a piece of regular printer paper. Now that you have …

Science Sunday: Changing the Effects of Air

Hi everyone and welcome back to another edition of Science Sunday. Today we are talking about how we can change the effects of air once we change the temperature of the air. What do you think happens when the temperature of the air gets warmer or colder? Specifically, we are talking about air molecules. When …

Science at Play: CD Spinners & Rattlebacks

We all know how tops spin equally well whether they’re spinning clockwise or counterclockwise. But is there something that will only spin in one direction? How would that work? Today we are talking about rattlebacks and the interesting physics phenomenon behind them. Watch the full Science At Play segment below to learn more.  Materials …

Science Sunday: Filling Bags with Air

Today on Science Sunday we are talking about a fascinating air phenomenon. Think about how long it would take to fill up a plastic bag with only your lungs, a long time right? How can we use science to make our lungs feel like they’re 10 times the size? The answer is surprisingly simple! Learn …