Waldorf ~ grade ~ Math ~ Fractions ~ Butterfly Method ~ add or subtract fractions the butterfly way. Adding the visuals really helps the ideas stick, learn your fractions now and higher math will be much easier!
Learn how to make a breathing machine from the author of Maker Lab, Jack Challoner. This easy experiment uses household items to construct model lungs and show how some vital parts of the body work. -- Learn about the respiratory track hands on, at home!
Have you ever seen hot air rise? In this project, explore the physics behind thermal air currents (hot air rising) by harnessing them to power your own spinning flower! Note that this project uses fire and paper, and should onl
Think chemical energy is dull? Think again with this cool project that lets you turn a potato into a battery. The project is perfect for ages five and up, although younger children will need adult supervision and help to work with the nails and wires.