Science & Nature

Beaver Nature Study for Kids

Beaver Nature Study for Kids

Welcome to another wild and fascinating science topic! We’re diving into the extraordinary lives of beavers, those adorable, yet fiercely independent builders of the wild. I hope your entire family enjoys this beaver nature study! Beavers, nature’s master builders, create entire worlds with their incredible skills. Without tools or machinery, they use their ever-growing front…

Bean Classification: A Logic and Science Activity for High School

Bean Classification: A Logic and Science Activity for High School

Logic and critical thinking easily meet science in this bean classification activity. Using a simple 16-bean soup mix, middle and high school students can develop their own systems of classification. It’s such a great way to practice classification and re-classification strategies based on debatable characteristics. Speaking of debate, the activity provides a great opportunity for…

Chromatography with Leaves: A Nature Study Experiment

Chromatography with Leaves: A Nature Study Experiment

This fun chromatography with leaves experiment will teach both the amazing chemistry of chromatography and the botany of why deciduous leaves change colors in autumn. This post contains affiliate links. What is chromatography? It’s simply a big name that means separating mixtures. Or, in this case, separating pigments. As complicated as the word sounds, experimenting…

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