Spark your Childs Imagination with Noisy Newton!

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Are you a parent looking for new and unique options to spark the creative expression and innovation in your child?

Are you exploring how to incite analytical thinking and love for science in your kid?

If yes, you must surely give Noisy Newton a try!

As a mom to two ever curious children, I always gravitate towards interactive learning products that not only challenge small minds alike, but they don’t require batteries or electronics & much paraphernalia from home. I love activity driven products that keep my kids intrigued and interested.

A great way to science learning is through an intellectually designed, well crafted activity box. With the Newton box, your kid’s ideas are bound to multiply and creative play would a way of discovering life around them, without coercion. The point which gives Noisy Newton an extra brownie compared to rest of the activity boxes in market is that this product is designed around science concepts and it is tailor-made to invoke applied thinking and problem solving skills in kids.

And that is what got me intrigued about Noisy Newton.

The Noisy Newton activity boxes are designed painstakingly to make children discover science in real world scenarios with awe.

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Puffy Paint Ice Cream Cone with Shaving Cream

Puffy Paint Ice Cream ConeSummer holidays are coming to an end. We thought of giving it a grand closure by making a Puffy Paint Ice Cream Cone with SHAVING CREAM !!

I believe that the best way to get your child interested in science is by doing SCIENCE stuff with them…

This is the fourth post by me under ‘Fun with Science’ section

 

Ingredients used:

Puffy paint ice cream cone

  • Shaving cream
  • White Glue
  • Food color or Poster color
  • Paint brush or Ice cream sticks
  • A4 Paper

How to make Puffy Paint Ice Cream Cone  :

Take an A4 paper and paste on it a brown cardboard piece cut in the shape of a cone. Draw over it stripes. Then draw scoops over it with pencil. You can draw as many scoops. We drew two scoops and one cherry.

Puffy paint ice cream cone

Take some shaving cream to a bowl and to it add equal amount of white glue. Then add a color of your choice and mix it up

Puffy paint ice cream cone

Spread the colored shaving cream to the paper carefully

Last step….Keep the paper for drying

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Rain Cloud in a Jar

rain cloud
I am sharing with you all a super simple science experiment that teaches children about clouds and rain

We have been learning how cloud is formed and how rain happens from our first grade. Clouds form when the invisible water vapour in the air condenses into visible water droplets or ice crystals. When these clouds gets so full of water that they cannot hold any more, the water falls back to the ground as rain. That’s cloud and rain formation in two sentences.

Though it explains it all, it sounds boring and difficult to understand. Learning would have been fun and easy to remember if it was demonstrated with an experiment.

I am sharing with you all a super simple science experiment that teaches children about clouds and rain. I believe that the best way to get your child interested in science is by doing SCIENCE stuff with them…

This is the third post by me under ‘Fun with Science’ section

Ingredients:

I am sure looking at the ingredient list, you would say let me try right away

  • Glass jar
  • tap water
  • shaving foam
  • blue food colour
  • dropper or spoon

rain cloud

Way to do:

Fill three fourth of the jar with water from the tap

Apply on top of the water shaving foam to create artificial cloud

rain cloud

Add blue food colour to the cloud

rain cloud

As cloud gets filled up with food color, it will start falling down into the water jar creating a rain like effect

Just enjoy the rain at home

rain cloud

 

Now the fun part:

You can make this activity more creative and imaginative. For that bring in more food colors. I picked up green and orange.

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Blow up Balloon: This time with Baking soda and Vinegar

Blow up Balloon: This time with Baking soda and Vinegar

Science is Boring when it’s read, but it’s completely fun when you do the experiments with your own hands !

The best way to get your child interested in science is by doing SCIENCE stuff with them……

A lot of science stuff can be done with stuff in our own kitchen. Only thing needed is time and little bit of excitement……

Here I am starting a series called ‘Fun with Science’ and this is my First experiment post for you…..

Blowing Balloons are always fun, but this time let’s give a break to blowing by mouth and give a chance to Vinegar and Baking soda to do the job……..

Materials needed:

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