To celebrate the wonderful dad-daughter relationship???, United Women Singapore has partnered with The Lavender Spaceship Project to present A ‘Fluffy Slime’ STEM Workshop. ✅This is the second event of United Women Singapore Male Allies – Father & Daughter Virtual Series where dads and daughters can have
This new STEM activity delves into the science present in our everyday lives – Bridges. Gather your family and learn about how different materials have different properties and strengths. Who can create the strongest bridge? ✅Remember to tag us on a picture of your experiment.
???Crack away in your own chemistry lab (kitchen) and discover the science behind baking. To make the best cakes and dishes, it also important to use mathematics. Mathematics is required every step of the way – for the correct measurements, conversion of measurements, and baking time. Make
Water demand in Singapore is about 430 million gallons per day (1,627,727,074 litres per day). By 2060 this is expected to double. Clean water is necessary not just to drink, but for sanitation, medical use, and other daily needs. Did you know that a human can only go
Let’s get cracking! This new STEM activity gives you a chance to try your hand and designing and innovating a product which can keep an egg safe. Learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP) which helps engineers organise their problem-solving approach. This egg drop project combines problem-solving skills
☀️What is the greenhouse effect all about? Have you ever wondered what will happen if the temperature of your home keeps increasing? This new STEM activity delves into the science behind climate change and the greenhouse effect. Create your own simulation to explore how the greenhouse effect
Let’s get cracking! This new STEM activity gives you a chance to try your hand and designing and innovating a product which can keep an egg safe. Learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP) which helps engineers organise their problem-solving approach. This egg drop project
Get your hands messy with this science activity! We call this one, “Elephant toothpaste”, so find out why. See (& feel!) the chemical reaction for yourself. This activity comes from Johnson & Johnson, whose WiSTEM2D initiative seeks to cultivate girls’ STEM2D interests at an early