Yearly Archives: 2018

Najwa Taking a Sip of the Fizzy Stuff

Somehow Najwa has gone eight years with maybe a sip or two of soda, but has largely avoided it. Partly it’s because of an...

Getting The Fat and Protein Clots Out the Milk

When you think of milk, you think of a creamy liquid. For tonight's MEL Science experiment, Najwa was going to separate the liquid from...

Najwa Wins Award for Math Achievement

Najwa wins Math Award at DC Prep.

Using Chromatography to Understand Marker Colors

You would think that a black marker has black ink. And a green marker has green ink. But do they? That...

Halloween’s Nerdiest Costume

We let Najwa pick out her costumes. Whatever she wants. And she chooses being a nerd. I love it!

Turkish Festival 2018

It's not the most exhilarating street festival, but somehow we've made the Turkish Festival a routine event to attend. The weather is usually...

Creating Oxyhydrogen from Water Then Igniting It

We had one of Najwa's friend over and decided to do a science experiment. The goal was to electrolyze water so that it...

Experimenting Fractals in Art at ARTECHOUSE

ARTechouse is one of DC's more different museums. Probably a bad way of describing it but weird sounded bad and too many are unique...

The Art of Burning at the Renwick Gallery

There's a new exhibit at the Renwick Gallery, easily one of our favorite museums. The theme was The Art of Burning. The Burning Man...

What Happens When You Pour Milk Into Coke?

I was randomly looking for quick and easy science projects online and saw one that takes no time at all. Just pour milk...

Engineering Projects from Catapults to Robots at KID Museum

Generally I plan everything we do for events and activities in Washington, DC. Partly because I love DC and it has so much...

Najwa Wins Art Award

Najwa wins Art Award at DC Prep.

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