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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.
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.
Explore your neighborhood with new eyes when you go on a nature photo scavenger hunt.
Kids can create their own table centerpiece of glow-in-the-dark constellations.
This sink or float experiment uses things found in nature for a summer spin on a classic.
Play this simple nature match activity that uses what you have to get your kids moving and appreciating nature.
Gather the rubber bands in the junk drawer or among your office supplies to create and experiment with these activities.
Children learn with all five senses which makes activities like this simple smell test so much fun!