Want to do some last minute science fun for Father’s Day? Here are a few suggestions:
1. Bake your dad a cake.

You might wonder how baking a cake can be science, but a lot of physics, chemistry and even a little biology go into cooking. Visit Food Science 101  at the Leaping From the Box website to find out how to make a simple cake and how science is involved.

2. Do some science experiments using great books

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Dad’s Book of Awesome Science Experiments: From Boiling Ice and Exploding Soap to Erupting Volcanoes and Launching Rockets, 30 Inventive Experiments to Excite the Whole Family! by Mike Adamick.

Includes 30 hands-on projects to try.

The Geek Dad Book for Aspiring Mad Scientists: The Coolest Experiments and Projects for Science Fairs and Family Fun by Ken Denmead

3. Take a nature hike or trip to the beach with your dad.

You might just want to look at the clouds.

Whatever you do, I hope you have a wonderful Father’s Day!