Month: January 2018

Experiments

Milk and vinegar experiment: easy, fascinating and smelly

Introduce a fun science experiment for your kids. Do you know what will happen if you mix milk and vinegar? This one is really easy, fascinating and smelly to do, and the ingredients do not cost so much. It does only take a couple of minutes, if you don’t count the days it needs to dry. Best of all, […]

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Lego® Technic 42059 Stunt Truck Review: How to learn by creative play

One thing both of my kids’ love is the Technic Lego® series. These kits offer a more advanced challenge for my kids to finish the complete build of the different sets, compared to the original build sets. I think the best part is that kids get hands-on practice by playing with the advanced, realistic technical functions of […]

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Science Youtube Channels for Kids: 5 recommended

I am always trying to find different ways to present science to my kids, since I really want them to become interested in this field. I think it can offer so many different things for them in life, even if they don’t end up working with science or engineering as adults. Sometimes we do experiments, […]

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LEGO Technic 42063 BMW R 1200 GS Adventure Review: How to learn by creative play

I am a big fan of Technic Lego®. I love the challenge the kits offer my kids to finish the complete build of the different sets, compared to the original build sets. Kids get hands-on practice by playing with the advanced, realistic technical functions of the beams and plates, gears, axles, connectors and special parts, wheels, and tires and […]

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42068 Lego Technic Airport Rescue Vehicle Review: How to learn by creative play

One thing I love with Technic Lego® is that they offer a bigger challenge for my kids to finish the complete build of the different sets, compared to the original build sets. I also think that the best part is the reproduction of the advanced, realistic technical functions of the beams and plates, gears, axles, connectors […]

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Teach kids problem solving skills: Ordinary parents 5-step guide

Have you ever wanted to help your kid a bit too much, when they have struggled to solve a problem? I know I have, especially when I have been in a hurry and felt I did not have the patience to wait. I think we all learn best from the everyday experience solving problems which are […]

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