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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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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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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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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Kandinsky Citric Fizz
This activity is a fun way to combine an art history lesson and a science experiment. Brigette, from Life Lesson Plans, taught her kids about Wassily Kandinsky and chemical reactions at the same time. Many of us have done …

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7 science lessons with free printables

 

 

Budding scientists will love learning about the world around them with these 7 great science lessons, complete with free printables.  Kids will enjoy learning about the basics of the scientific method, the life cycles of plants and insects, …

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Make Light Catchers
This is such a creative experiment shared by Arianne from Still Parenting. She came up with this project to encourage her kids to explore nature during the winter months, but I am sharing it now because it is an …

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Egg Heads with Grass Hair

If you want to plant something that will grow fast and also provide fun for the kids beyond the actual planting, one of these egg heads is perfect.

Have the kids draw a face on an empty egg shell, fill …

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Spring in a Bottle
Have you started planting in your garden yet? Even if it is too cold to plant where you live, you can get your hands dirty and get some seeds started. Follow these suggestions and tips and you will have plants …

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First Day of Spring
If you are going to be cleaning out your craft room or cupboard as a part of your spring cleaning routine, you can donate any unwanted yarn to the birds. Fill an empty suet feeder full of small pieces of …

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Felt Weather Board
Learn how to make this wonderful weather board that you can use to teach kids about weather. They can move around the felt pieces depending on what the current weather conditions are or they can try to predict the weather …

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Make Your Own Plastic
You are never too old to learn something new! I had no idea that you could make your own plastic using milk and vinegar, did you?

After finding the directions in a book, Sarah from Frugal Fun 4 Boys tried …

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Dental Craft For Child Health Month

February is Child Dental Health Month and a great way to celebrate is to use this project to teach kids about their teeth and dental hygiene. All you need is pink construction paper and miniature marshmallows! Also included on this …

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The photo styling is probably the best seller when it comes to this tutorial. The photos are amazing. Not sure the baby would be too impressed when it landed on it’s face but until then he/she is completely mesmerized.  This …

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