Who knew painting with salt would turn out so cool!
Salt Painting Art project for Kids | Have you ever tried painting with salt? This looks so cool when it's done! My kids had so much fun with this!
The Naked Egg Experiment | Biology for Kids
Make naked eggs and see how they change in different liquids. The results may surprise you! The naked egg is a fantastic first lesson in biology for kids.
A Fun Twist On A Classic: Fizzing Ice Science Experiment
You and the kids are sure to have fun with this exciting Fizzing Ice Science Experiment. Sometimes all you need to make a classic science experiment fresh again is a fun new twist. This wintery twist on the classic baking soda and vinegar experiment will keep kids entertained. You can use the experiment to teach kids ...
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Science experiments for kids using Kool-Aid
So many fun things you can do with Kool-Aid wanted to share in one place all the science fun you can have with adding a fun scented twist to science. Below you will find over 10 science experiments you can do with kids of all ages. Fizzing goop Fizzing shamrocks Dancing powder science Bubbling potion Scented goop Magic snowball science Ice volcano Shamrock science Rainbow play dough Fizzing sidewalk paint Slushy science Scented slime Fizzing Shamrock science Be sure to check back cause the…
Melting Ice Science Experiment with Salt and Liquid Watercolors
This melting ice science experiment uses salt to melt tunnels in the ice and color to highlight the tunnels. Beautiful and fun for kids and adults alike!
Get Kids Interested In #STEM
Get your kids interested in STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) with these Cool Science Experiments for Kids using physics and chemistry. You can also download a free printable lab book with detailed instructions and lab note sections.
Can You Blow Up a Balloon in a Bottle? - I Can Teach My Child!
This super-simple experiment, originally from the Questacon Science Club, might stump even the smartest of adults! Here's what you'll need: a
Amazing Hot and Cold Water Density Experiment
Learn about water density, energy, how molecules work, and more in this super fun and easy hot and cold water density science experiment!
Salt Pendulum Science Activity
There is something magical about how a pendulum moves, even though it’s path is entirely scientific. A pendulum moves in a predictable pattern determined by several factors, including the length of the pendulum, how much force is applied to the push, and how heavy the pendulum is. By experimenting with physics, kids can make their ... Read More about Salt Pendulum Science Activity
Science Experiment for Kids - Magnetic Force - Laughing Kids Learn
As a child I loved learning about science. Conducting experiments to prove facts and test out theories was wonderful and it satisfied my natural curiosity, much like so many children. Here is a simple science experiment that you can do at home! You will need – 1 container or drinking glass […]
10 Easy Science Activities for Kids - Buggy and Buddy
Setting up opportunities for your child to explore science doesn't have to be complicated or time consuming. Here are 1o of our favorite science activities for kids that are super easy to set up at home!
Creative Magnet Activity for Kids inspired by Herve Tullet's Let's Play! - Buggy and Buddy
This magnet activity inspired by Herve Tullet‘s popular children’s book, Let’s Play, is super fun to use and really fun to make! Kids will love creating different scenes and paths for their magnets to travel on- gaining fine motor practice, while also exploring the science of magnetism. I received the book Let’s Play! and Do-a-Dot markers […]
Water Balloon Science Experiment
WOW! This Water Balloon Science Experiment is such a fun, clever way for kids to explore density. Great for kids of all ages!