Love is an emotion (or a strong feeling) that shows how much we like or enjoy someone or something. A person who feels love really, extremely, ever so much likes another person or an animal or a thing. For example, I love the people in my family and my cat and I also love singing!
Love is important because it keeps groups of people (like families) together and makes them want to look after each other.
But how do we feel it? What happens inside our bodies to make us feel love?
If, like us, you’re a fan of the Trolls movie, you’ll know that King Peppy looks for three things in a new home: fresh air, clean water and sweet acoustics! But what does he mean? And can you find acoustics in the place where you live?
It’s British Science Week, so here at Simple Scimum’s house we’re thinking about all things science. But what exactly is science? And how do we know when we’re doing it?
At bathtime, I heard a lot of giggling and splashing and, when I opened the bathroom door, I found my daughter in the middle of the biggest, bubbliest mountain of bubbles imagina-bubble! She said she was “doing science”, making lots and lots and lots of bubbles in the bath…
Bubbles appeal to kids of all ages and they are super easy to make – all you have to do is trap some air inside a thin film of soap.