Fall is almost officially here! Celebrate the new season with these great, leaf-themed crafts. Some make use of fallen leaves from outside, while others use artificial or hand-drawn leaves. Whatever you choose, you’ll have fun autumn decor the kids helped … Continue reading →
Science Wednesday: If you have water and food coloring, you can teach children about diffusion! Have them guess which temperature will mix colors first — hot water, cold water, or room temperature water–then try it and see!
Water density. Osmosis. Surface tension. No, we’re not developing a high school science curriculum! These are just a few of the scientific concepts the experiments below illustrate. Even the smallest kids can participate in these easy, top-rated science experiments for … Continue reading →
With a few simple household ingredients — baking soda, vinegar, raisins, and barley (or another hard grain that won’t break down right away, like rice) you can make diving “fish” that sink and float, over and over again! Try this … Continue reading →
For today’s Friday 5, we’re going into the lab for our favorite science experiments. The main ingredient is something everyone has on hand…water! Learn about interesting scientific concepts…while having fun along the way! 1. Water Volcano In A Bottle Try … Continue reading →
Which is heavier: salt water, or fresh water? Test your hypothesis with this quick, fun experiment! All you need are salt, water, food coloring, and ice. Did you try it? Did your experiment work? Which is heavier?
Halloween is so highly anticipated in our household. The costumes, the crisp fall air, and…the pumpkin decorating! In past years, we’ve had fun with paint, similar to what Jami experienced in a post last year. This year, I wanted to … Continue reading →