Our children are inquisitive and curious by nature. They love to explore the known using their prior knowledge as well as the unknown with knowledge taught later. Exposing your children to Science education helps to bridge the gap and teaches them valuable life skills; like observation, communication, analysing and reporting. These skills allow children to deal and adapt with life when they are in the real world.
In this new series, we will be sharing 7 easy but fun Science experiments that can be done at home. Even better, these experiments are linked to MOE syllabus. Do take note that some experiments require the help of an adult. We will indicate in our posts.
Have fun trying them and do share your experience with us!
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Experiment #7 - Forces (Frictional Force)
Experiment #6 - Forces (Frictional Force)
Experiment #5 - Forces (Interactions)