A child’s learning process doesn’t just begin and end in school - it continues even at home! When your child is at home, you are his or her teacher. But it doesn’t have to feel like a classroom lesson. Get your child excited to discover something new by turning a learning activity into a fun one!

Try out these 5 fun Science experiments with your child at home:

Growing rock candy

Rock candy makes for a delicious science experiment you can do in your own kitchen. The rock candy can form on a wooden stick or a string and you can add colours and flavours to customise your candy in any way you like. Click here for the ingredients and follow the steps to grow rock candy with your child!

Invisible ink

Play pretend with your child and be secret agents for a day as you keep all your secret codes and messages hidden away with some invisible ink. All you need are some basic household objects and the hidden power of lemon juice. Find out how to create invisible ink with lemon juice here.

Making butter in a jar

Homemade butter is easy and fun! All you need are some heavy cream, a tight lid jar and a marble. Put them all together and start shaking with your child! See how the butter starts forming the longer you shake. Follow these steps here.

Homemade ice cream

Kids and adults love ice cream! But have you tried making some on your own? Here’s your chance! Spend the day making ice cream with your child and enjoy some later for dessert! Click here for the ingredients and follow the steps for some homemade ice cream.

Tornado in a bottle

Gain superpowers for a day as you and your child conjure up a tornado in a bottle! Not only that, with a special twist of the hand, you can also empty the water from the bottle. Turn it into a game to see who can be the first to empty the water from the bottle. Watch the video here and follow the steps to create your own tornado in a bottle.

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