How to Make Magnetic Slime - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
How to make magnetic slime. This awesome 3 ingredient slime recipe makes a stretchy slime that moves when you hold a magnet close to it. SO COOL.
Vinegar. Not even once.
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Apple Science Experiment for Preschool
Apple science experiment to explore the effect of different liquids on apple slices. A fun, science experiment for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten
How Do Leaves Breathe? A Simple Science Experiment for Kids
Learn what plants breathe through with this leaf & tree science experiment as kids get hands-on with the process of photosynthesis!
Fall Science for Kids
There are so many fun science experiments for kids to do during the cooler months. You can make pumpkins erupt , send ghosts flying , ex...
Pumpkin Science Experiments: Classics With A Twist
We love pumpkins, we love Fall, and we LOVE SCIENCE! These pumpkin science experiments and activities are a fun take on classic science experiments with a bit of a twist. What's the twist? You add a pumpkin! Classic baking soda and vinegar, homemade slime, oobleck, bubbles and more! PUMPKIN SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS FOR FALL STEM! PUMPKIN SCIENCE ACTIVITIES Fall themed science is awesome, and pumpkin theme science lessons are perfect for this time of year. I love repeating simple science…
A Bug's Life
As I mentioned in my last post, this week in first grade was all about bugs. Which was actually appropriate because everything, and I mean E...
Science Saturday 2
For this week's freebie I'm linking up one of my Science Saturday posts -- directions for a great inquiry plus a free booklet to record the experiment. Enjoy! The Great Banana Experiment! Each year this is the first science inquiry we do, just as soon as we have learned about the steps of the scientific method. I like to start this the second or third day of school and it lasts for about a week. While we are waiting for our results, we can do other experiments that are completed in one class…
Pine Cone Science Experiment for Kids | Why Do Pinecones Open?
Have you ever wondered why some pinecones are open and some are closed? This student-led pine cone science experiment is perfect for inquiry and discovery.
Dissolving, Expanding And Bouncing Egg Science Experiment
Out of all the egg science experiment you can do dissolving egg shells should be at the top of every child's to do list (a visual and tactile STEM project)
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This site is jam packed full of interactive diagrams, simulations, and videos for life, earth and physical science. You won't be disappointed with this site!
Toothpaste--Not just for teeth!
Going off of Katie’s Kind Heart, another great activity involves toothpastes. Yes, toothpaste. Gather any toothpaste in a tube, a cup and spoon. You can begin with the Kind Heart activity, discussing with the client how the tube represents them and the toothpaste the words (ever heard of verbal vomit?!). Or you can begin with just the supplies mentioned, whatever works! Have the client squeeze some paste into a cup while you identify situations where they said things they ‘wish they could…
Magical fall science with easy to set up dancing corn!
Can you make corn dance? I bet you can with this magical science activity the kids will love this fall. We love doing science activities for different holidays. This dancing corn experiment can be done any time of the year, but it's particularly fun during the Fall season. A simple science experiment everyone will love! DANCING CORN EXPERIMENT FOR A POPCORN SCIENCE PROJECT! DANCING CORN Fall is the perfect time to experiment with pumpkins. apples and even corn! Our dancing corn experiment is…