Articles (DIY)

Skincare Secrets (Part I: In Ancient Times)
(Science at Home)

We all heard of Cleopatra bathing in milk to retain her youth, but how else did the Ancient Egyptians take care of their skin?

Sticking to Your Plan in the Age of Coronavirus
(Behavioral Sciences)

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, uncertainty has become the master of the scene, affecting our lives dramatically, and bringing most plans to a halt.


How to Avoid the Coronavirus?
(Science at Home)

The key through this ordeal safely is carefully searching for correct information, and protecting yourself and your loved ones against this dangerous virus.


Memories in Bottles
(The Past and the Future)

When we were young, we were fascinated with the time machines and time travel, to explore the future and rewind the past; but, what if this time machine already exists?

What Should We Eat?
(The Big Questions)

Match characters to the recommended food choices. 

Inktober: A Viral Challenge
(Science and Art)

That is all you need to know about Inktober. Now go make something beautiful!


Benefits of Journaling for Children
(The Scientist Inside You)

Journaling is considered one of the most effective acts of self-care and the best for self-discovery. 


It Is Not Always about the Food: Eid Fitr Mubarak
(The Scientist Inside You)

Who says science is not sweet? Enjoy Eid al-Fitr with simple and easy science activities.


Memoirs of A Green Husband
(Versus the Change!)

Change the gas canister and do not forget to throw out the trash too! There has to be a solution.


Where is Air?
(The Scientist Inside You)

Air, fortunately, is free and everywhere, which means there is no need to buy or search for it. Let us enjoy these easy science experiments at home.

Two Birds...One Stone
(Versus the Change!)

On a planet encountering so many enormous challenges as ours, it is inevitable that humans would strive to figure out ingenious solutions.

It is not always about the Food: Adha Mubarak
(The Scientist Inside You)

Muslims honor this event worldwide and enjoy festive meals; this year, why not add more fun to the celebrations and do one or more science activities with your children?


It Is Not Always About Food: Ramadan
(The Scientist Inside You)

This Ramadan, why not make the month-long fast more fun and carry out one or more science activities with your children? 


It Is Not Always About Food: Sham el-Nessim
(The Scientist Inside You)

This year, why not make Sham el-Nessim more fun and carry out one or more science experiments with your children? 

It Is Not Always About The Food: Happy New Year!
(The Scientist Inside You)

Christmas and New Year are more or less the same for most Egyptians. Both are very special occasions; the first refers to celebrating the birth of Jesus, and the second refers to the New Year celebrations. 


Pinwheels
(The Scientist Inside You)

Pinwheel is a simple toy made of a wheel of paper or plastic curls attached at its axle to a stick by a pin.


Origami Applications in the Past and Present
(The Scientist Inside You)

Lately, the art of origami has spread widely, and has caught the attention of young people and adults because it is an interesting and useful art that develops the skills.


Tin Can: Recycle and Reuse
(The Scientist Inside You)

Reuse means any activity that lengthens the life of an item; on the other hand, recycling is reprocessing an item to a new raw material for use in a new product.


Lava Lamps
(The Scientist Inside You)

The Lava Lamp was invented by Edward Craven Walker in Britain in 1963. He had the idea when he noticed a homemade egg timer filled with liquid that looked like an alien.

Do the Twist!
(The Scientist Inside You)

DNA is an organic chemical of complex molecular structure found in all living cells; it codes genetic information allowing the transmission of inherited traits.


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