Elementary cycle 2: Earth and Space

Find the activity that suits you best!


Bottled geyser

Do you know what a geyser is? Each young participant will make a miniature one! A fascinating experiment on how geysers form, using water at different temperatures!
Science: Geology and Physics


Magic Balloons

Two experiments with balloons, where kids will have fun developing hypotheses based on principles related to air. But careful! The results can sometimes be surprising…
Science: Physics


Make a weathervane

Where does the wind go? To the North, South, East, or West? You can learn more
by making a weathervane to take home with you! Science: Physics


Weight and air pressure

Does air weight anything? How can we prove it? Two fascinating experiments that will surprise many.
Science: Physics


Make an anemometer

The wind she blows… But how fast? Your youth will be delighted to make and bring home a device for measuring wind speed!
Science: Physics and Meteorology

Day and Night

Who hasn’t wondered why the sun disappears at night and returns the next morning? By building a tiny model, kids will discover the phenomena of the Earth’s rotation around the Sun.
Science: Astronomy


Rays of sunshine and UV beads

Would you like to make a bracelet or a keychain with beads that change colour? Students will discover the different types of solar radiation, their benefits and their dangers…
Science: Physics


It’s hot! No… It’s cold!

Several game–experiments about these sensations will help young ones learn the notion of temperature.
Science: Physics