Watch Some Of Our Super Fun Episodes!

Here are just a few of our super fun Episodes! For access to more of our super fun episodes, you can visit our youtube channel! Remember to Like, Share, & Subscribe, so we know that you are enjoying the content!

Baking Muffins With Fractions

In this episode, you'll learn how to make Shawn’s Great-Great-Great Granny’s Marvellous Chocolate Chip Muffins. This activity is great for kids who are working on converting fractions or for kids who simply love chocolate chip muffins. This video includes a short lesson on what fractions are along with easy step-by-step tutorials on how to convert fractions and how to make your very own chocolate chip muffins. So put on your apron, preheat your oven, and get ready for some delicious treats and fun!

Scratch Art - Space Exploration

In this episode, you'll learn all about the planets in our solar system as Britt and Shawn tour our universe. Then you’ll make your own solar system using scratch art. This is a super fun science and art lesson that can easily be done at home or in the classroom. The step by step tutorial is easy to follow and the activity requires little prep time. All you need are crayons, tempura paint, a toothpick, and a wild imagination.

Tornado in a Bottle - Centripetal Force

Make a tornado in a bottle! In this episode, join Britt and Shawn as they discuss what tornadoes are, how they are formed, and where they are commonly found. In this lesson, you'll learn about centripetal force and you’ll make your own tornado in a bottle. This is a super fun hands-on science lesson that can easily be done at home or in the classroom. Two variations of the tornado in a bottle can be made which makes it more accessible for different age groups,grades, and materials.

DIY Lava Lamps - Molecular Density

In this episode, join Britt & Shawn as they discuss the history of the lava lamp and how lava lamps work. You will learn all about molecular density and how to make your own lava lamp using simple household materials. This is a super fun hands-on science lesson for kids who love science experiments and understanding how things work. This activity can be easily done at home or in the classroom.