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I Saw The Science Blog
Free Science Resources & Experiments

Science blogs make science fun and exciting for kids. Kids are full of curiosity and love to experiment and learn by doing practical and fun things. Sometimes, parents have a hard time trying to occupy their kids with meaningful learning activities or doing something useful and interesting during family leisure time. Science blogs also have the capacity to provide both teachers and parents with great science experiment ideas, making science fun to learn. You can teach your kids to make homemade rockets or even create a geyser out of soda drink. 

Perfect for introducing young children to science in a fun, exciting way, I Saw the Science blog is written especially for the budding little scientists and contains a wealth of amazing experiments. 'I Saw the Science Blog' offers curated content produced by a team of dedicated writers at Science Centre Singapore (SCS) and their host experts who previously facilitated talks and workshops with SCS. 

I Saw the Science blog features interviews, listicles, infographics, and reviews on a broad range of topics, such as uncovering the science behind the viral Dalgona Coffee, understanding the importance of social distancing and learning the recipe to creating the best Boba tea. We’re sure the young scientists will be captivated by its down-to-earth, accessible approach.

Resources are free for all. Check them out HERE

Perfect for introducing young children to science in a fun, exciting way, 'I Saw the Science Blog' is written specially for the budding little scientists and contains a wealth of amazing experiments.

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I Saw the Science, Website 

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