Peculiar playdate ideas and parent's stories
Color changing milk is one of the coolest and easiest home science experiments you can make. Try it with your kids on a next playdate!
Introduce your kids to Newton’s first law of motion with our special inertia experiment. Learn how to drop an orange into the cup without touching.
Learn how to turn the glass upside down without letting the water out. It’s easy but takes some practice. The secret to this experiment is air pressure!
Learn how to make a classic “egg in the bottle” experiment. Try it out on your next playdate. Discover the science behind it.
Soap bubbles! First of all, they are a lot of fun and kids LOVE them. But have you thought of upgrading your regular soap bubbles to a Bubble Snake?
It took less than two weeks before both older and the younger one has started to make friends and inviting their classmates for a playdate at our home.
It’s raining outside and you are itching to get out of the house with the kids before you all go mad. These 10 playdate ideas will save you, read now!
Our daughter’s closest friends are the babies she met cooling her heels in daycare. She actually has had stable, long-lasting friendships longer than she has had language to communicate with these friends.