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Slime like you have never seen it before! We love to use slime to complement our science activities because of course slime is AMAZING science all on its own. This time, for a little summer science bonus, we made ultraviolet slime with UV color changing beads as a fun mix-in to our basic homemade slime recipe. Check out sun activated slime that’s easy peasy to make.
Water experiments aren’t just for summer! Water is such an easy and budget friendly item to use for science learning with preschoolers and elementary age kids. We love simple science experiments that are a breeze to pull off, simple to set up, and kids love! What’s better than that! Click to find the whole list of summer activities along with instructions and a supplies list!
Summertime and lemons are like best friends. You can’t have one without the other and they always complement each other! We took our simple fruity scented slime and turned it into the PERFECT lemon slime recipe just in time for the summer kickoff. As always we give you everything you need to make the best homemade slime around including the best slime ingredients and how to achieve the best slime consistency!
Want to know how to make sorbet from scratch? Whether you make it indoors or outdoors, make sure you have a pair of warm gloves ready. This easy sorbet in a bag recipe is chilly chemistry for kids they can eat! Enjoy fun science experiments all year round! Click to find the whole list of summer activities along with instructions and a supplies list!
Learn About New Traditions From Around the Globe.15+ Printable information sheets include Italy, America, France, Germany, and many more! Each passage talks about the traditions and customs enjoyed by each country. Simple but engaging for home or classroom. Perfect for K-2 and beyond and adaptable to many skill levels.
New year's eve is such an exciting night for me! I love the changing of the year and the new possibilities the next year will bring. Of course, before we had our son, we were off to dinner and dancing the night away! Now we can still celebrate with a new years activity but it's a different kind of fizzy, the science experiment kind!
Fun and simple Thanksgiving STEM activity building cranberry structures with kids. Don’t leave out Thanksgiving when you think of STEM challenges! We have a super fun and easy Thanksgiving STEM challenge for you. Building cranberry structures! Before you turn a bag of cranberries into cranberry sauce make sure to test out your engineering skills first. Cranberry structures make a perfect Thanksgiving science activity.