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Love My Science is full of fun, easy, safe and exciting hands-on science experiments as well as fun facts and Science topics that will help you answer a lot of questions asked by your children. Do your kids ask a lot of questions? Kids are natural scientists - they learn by asking questions.

All the experiments are simple, safe and easy to follow and can be achieved with everyday materials and recycled items found around your house. Help make learning fun and easy by trying some with your kids. Remember to always have fun with your experiments and don’t worry if they don’t come out as you would expect – some of the greatest scientific discoveries have been made by mistake.

 
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Experiments
 
If you enjoy having fun and learning at the same time, this is an exciting place to start. Here is a list of all the experiments on the site, listed alphabetically for easy finding and useful reference.
 
Fun and Games
 
Learning through fun and games is an exciting and great way to experience real hands on in the world of science. Have a go at our word searches, puzzles and many, many more fun ways to learn.
     
Fun Facts
 
Facts are observations that have been confirmed repeatedly and accepted as truth. Here are some fun facts you may find interesting and can learn by remembering the funny side of science.
 
Gallery
 
This Gallery contains photos and images of a lot of the experiments and related areas to this website. You may find the photos to be useful in guiding you through carrying them out...Sometimes seeing is believing...
     
Topics
 
Topics: In this section you will be able to find a helpful list by topic. It will make it easier for you to find your way around our site. We have broken the site down into useful sections, topics and areas. Choose your topic depending on what you have at home or for your childs interest.
 
Glossary
 
Here is an alphabetical listing of scientific terms and vocabulary. This listings will help you to have a better understanding of different science words. Each word may take you to an experiment you could enjoy trying out so that you can experience what happens in the world around you. read more..
     
Science is all around us in our daily living and the more you do and observe; the more fascinated you will become in finding answers.

Scientists learn about the world we live in by carrying out all sorts of investigations and are very organized and very careful people. When they work, they plan: write down what they used, what they did and what happened. It is a good idea for you to keep a notebook throughout. You can write about what you are doing step-by-step, what your observations were and remember how you came to discover the results.

You can write:
Your Aim - Why do you want to do this? What hypothesis are you going to test? you want to find out why A is good but B is not so good?

Your Method - What are you goiing to do or test? Make labels and/or diagrams to help keep your method in order.

Your Result - Be sure to observe things happening and record measurements. Sometimes it is a good idea to record your results in a table or chart.

Work safely and remember to always wash your hands after completing your work! Have a look at the Laboratory Rules in the Mixing and Separating section for your laboratory guidance.

Have a go at these in a classroom, as an after school activity group or in your own home.

Subjects :   Electricity, Gravity, Lights, Floating, Sinking, Mixing, Separating, Absorption, Magnets, Heat, Pressure
 

 

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