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Science

Science Activities for First & Second Grade

looking at jarFrom the kitchen to the playground, and even in the car, science is all around us. Try some of these science activities for first grade or second grade kids and instill a love of science in your child at a young age.




Choose a topic:

cookingScience in the Kitchen






plantingScience in the Backyard or Park






slidingScience on the Playground






riding in carScience while Riding in a Car or on a Bus






looking at rocksScience with Neighborhood Structures






produceScience at the Market






bodyScience of the Human Body






paper airplaneScience Throughout the Day






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  • Rebecca Robinson

    One day I almost hit a girl with a water bottle at Walt Disney World. I didn’t like waiting in line. One day my mom was too hungry to go to Plato’s Closet. My jackal/wolf cut-out will like “Barney and Friends” someday. My jackal/wolf cut-out is three days old. My jackal/wolf cut-out likes second grade science. One Monday I smiled at a boy at the airport. My jackal/wolf cut-out was made on a Friday the 13th. My dad went to India in October 2007. I was twenty when my dad went to India. My older sister went to Honduras in June 2010. I was an above-teen when my older sister went to Honduras. I was born in 1987. My older sister was born in 1985.

  • radeesa

    you are the worst

  • John

    I don’t know if this will help, but it tells about science kits and reviews them. Maybe they can help you: http://wewantscience.com/second-grade-science-fair-projects/

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