Cool Science Experiments For Kids This site contains some science experiments for kids to do @home or school
  • scissors
    May 19th, 2009CTUncategorized

    Please help to save more turtles

    Please help to save more turtles

    A Sea turtle size is huge.

    Normally, a mature sea turtle can be six or seven feet (2 m) in length, and three to five feet (1 to 1.5 m) in width, weighing up to 1300 pounds (650 kg).

    Although, a sea turtle can swim very easying in the sea. It is very hard for them to move around the beach. And they look clumsy. If you seen a sea turtle before, you know what I mean.

    Movement of sea turtles is made tougher with their short neck and short limbs or legs.

    So, once a turtle is overturn. It just can’t turn over again.

    Kids…Please helps those turtles…It means a lot to them.

  • scissors
    May 19th, 2009CTUncategorized

    Yum...Yum...

    Yum...Yum...

    Hello, kids. You know what… I have been busy in the kitchen lately.

    So, here a some interesting fact I would like to share, here goes…

    When we wash some squids, we just can’t find any blood in the squid’s body. Why ?

    But, we only find some white shinning liquid. In fact, this is the squid’s blood.

    So, read carefully ” A SQUID’S BLOOD IS WHITE IN COLOR

    Well, that is only half true.

    This is due to the fact that a squid does not have red blood cell like we humans do.

    That is why a squid’s blood looks transparant or no color.