Pre-K free daily classes

Free weekParinama PreK and K school We are happy to introduce Parinama School – daily classes for corona times !! We are kicking off next week for Pre-K . Limited to 6 kids. The program will be daily 1.5 hours teaching kids common core and TEA standard materials...

The Science of Ice Cream

Making Ice Cream At Home With a few simple ingredients, we can make delicious ice cream at home and learn about the science behind it.  Ingredients: Sugar Milk and heavy whipping cream. Vanilla extract Salt Ice cubes  Materials: Quart and Gallon Ziploc bags Measuring...

Discovering Dinosaur Fossils

Looking For Dinosaur Fossils Dinosaurs lived millions of years ago in the Mesozoic era, and their fossils are primarily found in sedimentary rocks.  Paleontologists use scientific methods to discover dinosaur fossils. Geological Maps: They study the Earth’s...

The Science of Shadows: Tracking the Sun

What Causes A Shadow? When an opaque or translucent object comes between a light source and a surface, it creates a shadow behind the object where light cannot reach.  The shadow’s size and shape depend on the object’s position and size. The shadow formed...

Cooking With Science: Why Does Popcorn Pop?

What is Popcorn Made Of? Popcorn is a whole grain. Popcorn is made from corn kernels. It is the only type of corn that can pop! A kernel of popcorn has three parts:  Germ (the very middle) Endosperm Pericarp (the hull). There are several varieties of corn, including...

Superhero Senses of Animals

Superhero Senses The sense organs in animals are more active and sharper than that of humans. Their survival depends on their ability to detect food and predators and efficiently navigate their surroundings. Many animals have sensory abilities that humans don’t,...

The Science of Soap Bubbles

How Are Soap Bubbles Formed? Soap bubbles are created when we blow air into a soapy solution. They are pockets of soap and water filled with air.  The soap forms a thin skin or wall and traps the air inside, creating a bubble.  The outside and inside surfaces of a...

Sun, Earth, Moon: The Cosmic Dance

The Cosmic Dance Imagine the sun as a gigantic glowing ball of fire at the center of the solar system. Our Earth is a planet that dances around the sun in an orbit, and the moon is a satellite that twirls around the Earth. The sun is always shining and illuminating...
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