Welcome to Kids & Company's Family Resource Centre - Stream Activities!

Find a variety of experiments that you and your child can try at home. Children need time to become fully engaged in exploration and investigation.  Asking open-ended questions is an important way to guide a child’s exploration.  Try –  What do you think will happen?  What will you do next?  What do you notice?

Why Does Soap Help Us Get Rid of Dirt and Viruses?

Your child will learn soap is special as it’s made up by molecules (teeny tiny little parts) that partly ‘stick’ to grease and partly ‘stick’ to water – so when you wash your hands, grease will stick to the soap molecules and then they both ‘stick’ to the water as it goes down the drain and away from your body!

Try this at Home: Free the Dinosaurs!

Want to motivate little ones to get outside on a colder day?
Try making ‘Ice Gems,’ at Home – an irresistible science experiment using just ice cube trays and food colouring!

Try This at Home – Fizz Science Experiment

Try this at Home:  Fireworks in a Glass – If you have food colouring and vegetable oil, here’s a fast and easy experiment with beautiful visuals!

Try this at Home:  Lava Lamp Experiment

Watch & Try these videos that explain Chemical Reactions!
Witches Brew

Mix white vinegar, food colouring, dish soap + 1 tablespoon of baking soda to a glass and watch the reaction!

Try this at Home – Magic Balloon

What To Do:  Pour 1/2 cup vinegar into an empty water bottle + 2 tbsp of baking soda into a deflated balloon + Attach the balloon to the top of the water bottle without pouring the contents of the balloon in + Tip the balloon up so the baking soda falls into the vinegar = Magic!

Try this at Home – Magic Milk

Try This at Home – Floating Marker Experiment

Try This at Home – Making Rainbows with Density

Join Kids & Company Alumni Alexander as he shares interesting facts about snakes!

Join Kids & Company Alumni Landon as he walks us through all of the ways you can learn math with LEGO!

Explore, Investigate, Examine – Learn!