Grow a Rainbow Experiment
This Grow a Rainbow Experiment is really easy and fun to do! You only need paper towel, water and washable markers. See how to "grow" your own rainbow!
Splat Art Gravity Painting is a Fun Way to Explore Science with Art | Fun-A-Day!
Explore gravity while painting with friends. Great for preschool, kindergarten, homeschool . . . and I bet older kiddos would love it too!
Air Pressure Experiments for Kids - 2 Easy Hands-On Science Activities
These two air pressure experiments for kids are easy hands-on air pressure activities: car ziploc bag and water bottle air pressure experiment
the seeds we eat- nature sensory science for kids. Great with Eric Carle's Tiny Seed book
Sensory nature science for kids- The Seeds We Eat. Great for Eric Carle's Tiny Seed book. via /karyntripp/
How Arctic Animals Stay Warm
This hands-on winter science experiment gives kids a corporeal understanding of how arctic animals stay warm in some of the harshest conditions.
Rainbow Paper | Color Science for Kids
Make your own dazzling rainbow paper! This is a quick and easy science activity for kids that only requires a couple of materials to make. Toddlers and preschoolers can do it all by themselves and older kids will just as amazed by the results!
DIY Framed Melted Beads Suncatchers to Gift and Display
How to make colorful melted beads suncatchers that are wonderful for displaying or gift giving. This is an easy and fast way to make melted bead suncatchers with a simple built-in frame. These colorful plastic bead suncatchers in embroidery hoop frames are my new favorite take on the melted bead suncatchers! It is quick and easy to make plastic bead suncatchers and they come with a built-in frame. You can get embroidery hoops in just about any size from teeny-tiny to rather large and the…
Science for Kids: Toothpick Structures - Babble Dabble Do
When exploring science for kids why not do this simple engineering project that takes just minutes to set up using materials you probably have on hand.
Milk & Cookies Sink or Float Science Experiment for Kids
Teaching the scientific method with milk and cookies-A fun and easy science experiment and lesson on buoyancy to teach the scientific method in a way kids will love! Perfect for 2nd and 3rd grade science activities, homeschool, and even distance learning for kids to do at home.
Seed Germination for Kids - The Results! - How Wee Learn
A little while ago I wrote a post on seed germination for kids. In that post, I told you I would do a follow up post on the seed activities for kids we did as the seeds were growing, and about the results of which seeds grew fastest (or grew at all!) Wonderful news! You...Read More »
Experiment ~ Can You Undo Water Pollution?
In this experiment the kids learned just how hard it is to undo water pollution. We grabbed a bucket of clean water, some household tras...