Our mission is to create fun science that teaches real science.

We do that by developing unique STEM activities that truly engage all learners, young and old.

Fun Science

Whether or not you enjoyed science as a kid, you have the chance to give your kids the ultimate learning experience. Learning by doing helps turn knowledge into wisdom, increases their vocabularies, and becomes a natural segway into practical math. Best of all, when you engage in fun science all of this happens in an open-ended, fun environment.
Science is important. Real science helps us build bridges, slow climate change, even treat infectious diseases. Our science doesn’t ignore the real science just to make it fun. We create pretend mass spectrometers to date mummies, cook up edible blood to learn about the components, and run obstacle courses to learn how electrons act in circuits.

Real Science

Hands-on Learning

Studies from University of Chicago show that learning through physical experiences help students understand concepts more deeply. This is because hands-on learning changes how kids process information tying in more parts of the brain into learning new concepts. This has the ultimate effect of students who are more engaged and test better.

Engaging students through a blend of science, technology, engineering, art, and math yields the ultimate learning experience. Putting knowledge into practice quickly finds and addresses weaknesses in student understanding, as well as providing a model for long term learning – meaning your child won’t quickly forget the concepts at hand.

Engaged Students

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Mini-Makers Free Activities

Create wonderful family teaching time with our Free Mini-Maker activities where you can explore the world around you with commonly found household items.

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Gift Idea - Solar System Bracelet Kit

LEARN the Solar System by CREATING the Solar System with this unique and beautiful bracelet kit. By placing the planets in order, the giftee learns the colors, distances, shapes and order of the solar system. And they have an amazing bracelet to remind them any time they need some review.