Explore the science of crystals! Learn about crystallization by trying these hands-on experiments and projects. Most of these projects are (at least) overnighters, so be sure to budget time for sitting and waiting for the crystals to grow. It’s a … Continue reading →
When the weather has closed the door to playing outside, help kids find their stride inside. Whether it’s too hot, cold, or damp, kids will appreciate channeling that restlessness into fun hands-on indoor projects that keep their brains and curiosities … Continue reading →
It’s electric! Try these hands-on experiments and projects to (safely) learn about the science of electricity. Take the afternoon to explore the connection between electricity and magnetism, different types of circuits, and static electricity. Electromagnetic Train (Ages 9-16) Did you know that electricity … Continue reading →
We’ve collected DIY projects to magnify and explore your young innovator’s engineering curiosities. Really great projects for getting hands-on with simple machines, circuits, and the power of rubber bands. Try these at home with your kids! Spectroscope (Ages 9-16) Study the … Continue reading →
It’s National Chemistry Week! Celebrate at home with your kids by trying these fun and educational chemistry experiments. To make it extra special, keep a notebook with the results of each experiment, notes on what you’d try differently next time, … Continue reading →
Density. Polymers. Magnetism. No, we’re not developing a high school science curriculum! These are just a few of the scientific concepts the experiments below illustrate. Everyone can participate in these easy, top-rated science experiments for kids. You just may have … Continue reading →
Join our Make and Create Challenge. It’s simple! Take these 5 household items and transform them into you very own creation! Help kids test their ideas, unleash their creativity and have fun. The Ingredients: Markers, Rubber Bands, Paper, Pipe Cleaners … Continue reading →
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!
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