NASA's Climate Kids :: Make Sun S’mores!
Harness the energy of the Sun to make the best snack ever invented.
How To Make Glow In The Dark Balls
Make your own Glow in the Dark bouncy balls with three simple household ingredients.
Glow in the Dark Jello!
This tutorial will show you how to make Jello... that glows! It uses ingredients that are all edible so you can enjoy eating it after it's made! The Jello is easy to make and the longest part is waiting for it to chill. Prep time is around 10 minutes and the chill time in the refrigerator is 4 hours. So why does the Jello glow?
Walking on Eggs - SICK Science - The Lab
The phrase "walking on eggshells" is an idiom that is often used to describe a situation in which people must tread lightly around a sensitive topic for fear of offending someone or creating a volatile situation. Literally walking on eggshells would require exceptional caution, incredible skill, and a sense of self-control that would be nothing short of amazing.
How to Make Popcorn on a Cob | TinkerLab
How to Make Popcorn on a Cob This post contains affiliate links. This is a fun activity in the fall months when dry corncobs are abundant. We recently visited a local farm and after actually milling dried corn into animal feed they sent home with organic cobs of dried corn to make into popcorn.
Heat Sensitive Color Changing Slime - Left Brain Craft Brain
Make this awesome color changing slime that changes color with temperature! Thermochromic slime makes STEM learning fun.
Rainbow Bubble Snakes | Housing a Forest
Summer is here and our family is SO excited! The kids are planning and scheming about what we are going to do this summer. Love it! One of the fun activities that they wanted to try was making bubble snakes that are all over.
Science Experiments for kids : Lemon Suds Eruptions | Kids Play Box
Science experiments for kids using household ingredients. One of the best ways to inculcate a love for science in kids is by doing hands on activities- in this case we are doing a fun hands on science experiment that has so many aspects built into it that this turned into one of the most enriching and stimulating activities we have ever done.
How to Make Lightning ~ Learn Play Imagine
How to Make a Spark - Weather Science for Kids
Anemometer | Pi'ikea St.
Traditionally kids fly their kites on a windy day. This anemometer craft will give you another option the next time some blustery weather hits your area. An anemometer is a tool used by meteorologists to measure wind speed. Because a power drill is needed, you’ll need to get a grownup to help you out.
Scribbit | A Blog About Motherhood in Alaska: Summer Kid Crafts: Make a Hovercraft
This is a brilliant kid craft--so brilliant that you may indeed find yourself playing with it too. Not that I'd have any experience with that or anything. Not at all.
3 Insanely Cool Egg Experiments - Playdough To Plato
Activity for ages 3 to 8. These kids’ science experiments use one egg and a few simple kitchen items for some seriously egg-citing results. The three sequential experiments are super simple but loaded with learning.
Play Recipe: Giant Reusable Bubbles
Sometimes an activity has no other purpose than to be awesome. This one definitely falls into that category- it was an accidental discovery that was so much fun that our whole family spent an entire afternoon getting gooey together- no screens in sight. So if your family is in need of some together time, whip up a batch of these reusable bubbles- I guarantee there will be lots of "oohs" and "aahs" and plenty of giggles, too!
How to Make Magnetic Slime - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Did you know that it’s possible to make slime magnetic? I didn’t either until recently when I found a post on Pinterest from Instructables about making magnetic silly putty. I really recommend this slime recipe rather than silly putty - more on that in a minute.
Playful Science: Dry Ice Bubbles
Scientists with lab coats go through the methodical process of hypothesis, experiment, observation, results analysis, conclusion, new hypothesis and design or replication. Young children go through the same process as they play and explore, but in rapid succession!
Engineering the Perfect Egg Drop Project
Creative and Scientific Egg Drop Project: Build Engineering, Problem Solving, and Resilience by testing contraptions at three varying heights.Will it break?
Glowing & Exploding Art | Growing A Jeweled Rose
We love bringing Science and art together. One FUN way to do this is to make paint explode. We have done this by making exploding paint bags, exploding sidewalk chalk, and flying chalk rockets. We recently tried something a little different and made GLOWING & EXPLODING Art!
This Is SO COOL! (Pun Intended) These Easy Science Activities Give Your Kids Queen Elsa's Frozen Powers
Turn your kid into a Queen Elsa-like ice wizard with these easy, icy science activities!
Top 10 Science Experiments For Kindergarten
If you're looking for some interesting science experiments for kindergarten, then you've landed on the correct place. Read on & try these experiments at home!