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Category MEL Chemistry Kits

Beautiful Tin Hedgehog.

Today we did the Girls Tin Mel science crate. This is two experiments one being the beautiful Tin Hedgehog. This absolutely beautiful experiment is matched with a Tin Dendrite Experiment. My Girls aged 11 and 15 years old are both… Continue Reading →

Mel Science – Fake Snow fun

Welcome! This post is about the Mel Science Chemistry of Winter experiments! Our girls are home educated and absolutely love their Mel science boxes. Today they got out and explored the Chemistry of Winter box. This contained 2 experiments within… Continue Reading →

Our 30 Days Wild Challenge! WK1

Our 30 days wild challenge has started! June is one of our Favourite times of the year, it’s the time the wild awakens and the natural world starts to shine. Birdsongs, Bright green grass, bugs galore there is so much… Continue Reading →

But Will It Burn? Having Fun packed Science

We Have been having Fun with the But will it burn? Kit. We have been getting Mel Science Kits since January and the Girls have absolutely loved them so much so we have decided to start sharing our girl’s Experiences… Continue Reading →

Lockdown Week 2: We wish you a Happy Isolation Birthday!

We wish you a Happy isolation Birthday Duncan! I wonder how many Birthdays will happen in Lockdown style this year? We considered decorating the dining room as a jail but while I thought it would have been hilarious, the children… Continue Reading →

From Fun packed to mellow in a week

We have had a great Fun packed Week this week. March is always such a great time of year with the starts of new life popping up. Monday 9th: Today for most of it I was at work and Emily… Continue Reading →

Mel Science Kit 1

So as the girls are getting older now we have decided to move on from the kitchen science and have signed up to a chemistry-based science kit to expand their sciences beyond the books and I can’t say we have… Continue Reading →

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