Polar Ice Fishing Science Experiment
It may be summer time where I live, but I think this wintery science experiment would be perfect to do on a hot day. In fact, on a hot day, you might be able to think of even more fun …

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Construction Pom Pom Pick Up and Sort Game
Do you have a little boy – or girl – who doesn’t like to participate in any sort of educational activities? If so, try this game! They will have so much fun, they will never suspect they are learning something.…

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Painter's Tape + Paint Name Art

While this project is made on painting canvas or poster board, I think this would be a fun way to personalize just about anything with just a few simple modifications! As the name of this project suggests, all you need …

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Make a Math Hunt Game
Carolyn created this game for her kids. She created two piles of cards. One pile sported numbers and the other pile listed things that can easily be found by the kids. To play, the kids choose a card from each …

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Friendship Puzzle Piece Necklace
You can forget about spending money on a fancy best friend necklace featuring two hearts that fit together…  Learn how to make your own personalized best friend necklaces using puzzle pieces and markers. The kids can create special jewelry for …

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DIY Crystal Geode Eggs
This amazing science experiments is made using egg shells. While I initially thought it would take several days to grow the colorful crystals on the egg shells but this tutorial says you can get these results overnight (12 to 15 …

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Wild Flower Art
This project is a great way to get everyone outside exploring and being creative. Go for a walk to find wild flowers and then use the ideas presented by Becky on Fakin’ It for using them to create a work …

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Paper Bag Exploring Journals
Next time you are planning a nature hike, consider having everyone make one of these journals to record what they see. I love the rustic look of this paper bag journal, which is accomplished by crumpling the paper bag up …

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PVC Pipe Physics Fun
Forget about Legos and Lincoln Logs, give your kids several lengths of PVC pipes and a bunch of connectors and just watch what they come up with. Sandi from Rubber Boots and Elf Shoes did this, and threw in some …

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Handprint Canada Flags
Americans have their independence on July 4th with barbecues and fireworks, and Canadians have do something similar on Canada Day which is July 1st

On Canada Day, Canadians celebrate the day the British North America Act created the Canadian federal …

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DIY Zipper Board for Kids

This is a great way to encourage young kids to work on fine motor skills while learning how to zip and unzip. Kate, from Laughing Kids Learn, made this simple zipper board using a piece of cardboard, some colorful …

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Let’s Make a Terrarium
A few days ago I shared a tutorial to help you make a fairy house with your kids. I think this amazing mossy terrarium would go along well with it. Donni, from The Magic Onion, shows you step-by-step how …

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Eric Carle Tissue Paper Prints
Today is the perfect day to try this Eric Carle inspired project shared by Anna from The Imagination Tree. Why? Because today is Eric Carle’s birthday!

Read through this tutorial and discover how Anna made colorful collages with her …

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Magnetic Craft Foam Tangrams
Learn how to make tangrams that will keep the kids entertained for quite awhile. This seven piece set can be used to make a large variety of designs. You can even do what Karin from Leigh laurel Studios did and …

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Water Bottle Sculpture
This creative project is a great way to encourage kids to use their creativity and it is also a great way to recycle plastic bottles. Use Vicki’s suggestions, shared in this blog post, but also make sure you let …

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