Hi, I’m Nicole! I’m a science communicator with a PhD in Biology. I’m obsessed with the world around us and love sharing what I learn with other people! My goal is to share my love of science with you all.
I’m always trying to make science more understandable and fun for everyone – whether the person is 5 or 85. Make sure to check out the links to my YouTube videos! I make videos for general audiences as well as ones targeted specifically for kids. You’ll find them on the blog and on specific pages for each group.
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Ok; I’ll admit it. Reptiles were not my favorite type of animal as a kid. However, as I’ve gotten older, I’ve grown – if not to love them – to appreciate them. After all, they are one of the groups of animals responsible for managing my least favorite type of animal – rodents. But that… Continue reading Fun Reptile Facts for Kids
A fungus. Yes, you read that right. The largest living thing on Earth is, in fact, a fungus. How? Is there a gigantic mushroom hidden deep in a forest somewhere? Not exactly. Although that would be both really cool and a bit terrifying. You see, a fungus is more than just a mushroom. It also… Continue reading The Largest Living Thing Is…
It’s officially January, and, if you live in the colder parts of the northern hemisphere, that means winter weather is in full force. I can’t think of a better time to start introducing kids to the science behind one of the most famous winter weather phenomena: snow! There’s something magical about snow. Even those of… Continue reading Snowflake Science: Educational Activity for Kids