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Water balloons + sidewalk chalk = math fun!
Stick Bombs are not only lessons in kinetic energy and tension, they’re engineering feats of awesomeness.
Give kids a taste of engineering with a creative upcycled suspension bridge engineering project and add a new level of fun to their existing toys.
Carnival games and math collide in this twist on a classic midway game!
Find out how many steps, hops, or jumps it takes to get from point A to point B while exploring nonstandard measurement.
Don’t be a square! Check out some of the best books about shapes here.
You have probably seen marshmallow poppers before but have you ever used them for math? This simple activity turns these fun DIY toys into tools for learning.
Backyard baseball math is a simple, fun way to avoid the summer slide, stay active, learn math equations and fall in love with America’s National Pastime.
This do-it-yourself twist on the classic board game is a great boredom buster for your stay-at-home campers this summer.
Use rocks to learn about shapes! Tracing shapes with rocks is a fun prewriting activity that gets kids outdoors and ‘drawing’ on their own.