Foodie & Scientific Resources for Kids All Age

Stuck at home? Kids bored? Looking for a new form of educational entertainment to engage your kids during quarantine? Or has your teenager started online classes because of the COVID-19 events? Despite their foodie baking or pastry skills, would they need little extra help with more advanced maths, biology, or chemistry? (because, hey! pastry is like chemistry after all! 😉 )
Discover below three very cool foodie and scientific resources that we selected for you!

Free tutoring program for Middle School, High School and College Students

OneClass is a platform where they can get study materials and homework help. The very good news that has been shared with us is that OneClass wants to support all students who want to continue to learn. Their tutors will be teaching live, 7 days a week.

Discover OneClass’ free tutoring program with Janine the Tutor and live streaming!

Online Scientific Escape Room for Kids


Wherever your are in the world, StemChef is bringing the escape room fun to the comfort of your home! Created by Dr. Ashie Bhandiwad, bioscientist and TEDx speaker, StemChef is offering thematic STEM challenges through online puzzles and games where kids, ages 7-13, can unlock a recipe to make at home.


Every week StemChef will introduce a new scientific theme and a new recipe. It takes about 50 minutes – 75 minutes for the online escape. Kids navigate through 8 virtual rooms, solving puzzles, collecting clues and uncovering a science theme.Kids will learn various concepts in physics, chemistry, ecology, biology, energy and more. During week 1, kids will explore chemistry and material science to solve a challenge and bring back a toy that has mysteriously vanished from Earth!

Book your challenge now!

Foodie STEM Activities for Younger Kids

Our friends at Discount School Supply are sharing free STEM activities. Would you try the “Color Changing Milk” experiment? or a Recycling activity? Would you begin a discussion about changing states of matter by freezing water and see with your little one ice floating?

Discover innovative ways to teach science, technology, engineering and math basics through creative activities. Have fun in the kitchen! 😉

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