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Incidental Science Blog #7


“Chemistry is the central science. It deals with the composition, structure and behaviour of the atoms and molecules that make up all forms of matter. Understanding the world at an atomic level is essential to all areas of science.”


Incidental Science Blog #6

Teaching your kids about crystals and gems is fantastic because they are tangible objects, that they can touch and play with whilst learning the science behind them. Another plus is that crystals are easy to grow at home and your kids can help create and watch them grow before their eyes.  


Incidental Science Blog #5

Our world is constantly changing and evolving, it’s full of fascinating questions, some that have been answered but so many more that haven’t (yet!). Integrating quiz questions into physical activities is a wonderful way of making learning about our world both fun and educational.



Incidental Science Blog #3


Insecurity can begin at a young age. Whether it’s because another kid pointed out your birthmark in the playground, or you looked in the mirror and realised you don’t look like the people on TV - insecurity can be a tough hurdle for both children and adults to overcome. 


Incidental Science Blog #2

"Screen time" is now a phrase every parent utters - whether you use screens to distract, entertain or reward, your child is growing up in a world bursting to the brim with technology. Taking advantage of something that we realistically can't fully control, means researching.



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