Stixplosions

Stixplosions
Check out this amazing STEM activity shared by Ana on Babble Dabble Do. She came up with this idea to help her daughter explore more about how chain reactions work. What I love about it is that you can set … Read More ...

Fizzy Sight Words

Fizzy Sight Words
Sometimes it can be tough to keep kids interested in learning, especially when it can seem like you are doing the same thing over and over again – like practicing with sight words. Swapna, from The Practical Mom, was working … Read More ...

Rain Cloud in a Jar

Rain Cloud in a Jar
Go dig in your cupboards to find the supplies you need to try this weather-related science experiment with the kids. All you need is a clear cup or jar, some shaving cream, food coloring, and water. Before they did this … Read More ...

Balancing Robot

Balancing Robot

This is a great science experiment that your child will never suspect is a science experiment. If your child loves science, you can explain to them how this robot will help them learn more about balance and the center of … Read More ...

Animal Track Fossils

Animal Track Fossils
This is a great activity that is perfect for today because it is National Fossil Day! Follow along with Mary Clare Walter’s directions at her Crafts for Kiddos blog and learn how to not only make fossils but also a … Read More ...

Corny Science

Corny Science Collage

If you want to plan a seasonal science experiment for young children, I highly suggest trying these sink or float experiments shared by Theresa from Capri + 3.  She uses three different corn (popped popcorn, dried, and fresh) and two … Read More ...