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Explore snow with this kids’ craft and science exploration.
Help kids grasp the scale of the solar system with a model using a common household material—toilet paper.
Learning about arctic animals is a fun activity to welcome winter and simple sorting activities are quick to set up, but still offer lots of learning.
Using non-colorfast tissue allows your child to get hands-on with science in this holiday craft.
Heat a bar of soap in the microwave, add a palette of tempera paint and presto! Soap becomes a medium little artists can use to get creative.
Make your own thermometer and customize the color with this neat science project you can do at home.
This experiment is a simple, fun way to demonstrate how big, heavy airplanes are able to soar through the sky with ease.
Try this simple kitchen science experiment with fall leaves.
Don’t just hand over your smartphone to pass the time after you order your food! Use the items you typically find on a restaurant table to talk about scientific concepts like the properties of water and air pressure.
Stick Bombs are not only lessons in kinetic energy and tension, they’re engineering feats of awesomeness.