At Home Experiments

It's important that children continue to learn & explore the world of science while schools are closed. In an effort to support parents with at-home learning, we've compiled a list experiments you can do with your kids. Using easily-accessible ingredients you most likely already have in your home, family time can be both educational & entertaining!

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Birthday Parties

Want an unforgettable birthday? You've come to the right place! We love sharing our passion for science with kids through our fun, hands-on birthday parties. We handle everything you need to make your child's birthday party a huge success!

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Summer Camps

Green glowing liquids, strange objects flying through the air, messages written in secret code, autonomous robots, mystery substances that change from solid to liquid in seconds. Is this another planet? No, it's a Mad Science camp!

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Science Day - STEMulate students' science interest

We offer hands-on workshops for an entire grade or an entire school. Our workshops correlate to the NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) and we provide pre and post workshop materials to help teachers make the most of our workshops. Let us tailor a package of workshops to meet your schools need.

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