All Science Activities

kids can learn about potential and kinetic energy with this easy to make balloon popper

Balloon Cup Popper

If your kids slide into the “I’m bored” funk, have them try this Balloon Cup Popper. It’s so easy to make even young kids can give it a go. Plus, you can use them to sneak in a variety of hands-on learning, including a lesson in potential and kinetic energy.

Science Eggsperiments

Science Eggsperiments

Easter is just around the corner—what better time to conduct science experiments using eggs? We’ve gathered the best eggsperiments on the web. Time to get crackin’!

pancake-science

Pancake Science

Cooking up a plate of fluffy buttermilk pancakes isn’t just a great life skill, it’s also an opportunity to work in some serious math and science lessons. Plus, the results are delicious!

Play Dough Circuits

Electric Play Dough

Amp up the fun and have the kids learn about electricity with this experiment! Use homemade conductive and insulating play dough to create circuits that light an LED.

Adventures in Learning: Toymakers

Toy Makers

Tinkering with toys is a fun way to sneak in some math and science while spending time with kids. Here are four of our favorite toys to create.