Making a Mummy Fish

Making a Mummy Fish

Whether you find mummies creepy or mysterious, you have to admit, they are pretty fascinating.  The processes of making a mummy fish is quite simple and with this easy kids' science experiment, any little mad scientist can try her hand at making a real mummy! Get...

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Balloon in a Bottle Science Experiment

Balloon in a Bottle Science Experiment

There are so many fun ways to sneak in kids' science  - make a rainbow in a jar, turn a flower two different colors, whip up some pop rockets. This simple balloon science experiment is a quick prep way to help kids learn about air pressure. It's a little bit of...

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Burning Money

Burning Money

Burning money is usually not a good idea.  That is, unless you know this trick that lets you set your money ablaze without actually burning it! Our little scientists love demonstrations that have a bit of magic to them and they were eager to see me light my money on...

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How to Make Homemade Butter in a Jar

How to Make Homemade Butter in a Jar

Wondering how to make homemade butter? This quick and easy science activity combines two of kids' favorite things: food and science. My children were riveted watching the cream go through its various stages to become butter and couldn't wait to taste the homemade...

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Growing Gummy Bear Science

Growing Gummy Bear Science

Looking for a fun candy science experiment?!  Learn about osmosis with this oh-so-simple gummy bear science experiment! Go ahead! Raid your candy stash - and this time you can do it in the name of science! Follow the simple step-by-step below and then grab 30 more...

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Magic Inflating Conversation Hearts

Magic Inflating Conversation Hearts

If you're looking for a simple kids' science experiment with a BIG wow factor, you've come to the right spot!  This science experiment uses just a couple of ingredients, takes just moments to complete and has a super exciting finish. Make some magic inflating...

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3 Insanely Cool Egg Experiments

3 Insanely Cool Egg Experiments

These kids' science experiments use one egg and a few simple kitchen items for some seriously egg-citing results.  The three sequential egg experiments are super simple to complete but are jam-packed with learning. Kids will LOVE watching their egg "magically"...

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Hidden Message Homemade Bath Bombs

Hidden Message Homemade Bath Bombs

The homemade bath bombs we made for Mother's Day last year were such a hit with both my kids.  They loved every step - from mixing and molding the fizzies to delivering them.  So I came up with these Valentine's Day-inspired homemade bath bombs that reveal a secret...

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Crystal Names – Kids’ Science Experiment

Crystal Names – Kids’ Science Experiment

This easy-peasy, low-cost kids' science experiment uses borax to grow crystal names. All kiddos will love seeing their name shimmer and sparkle in the sunlight! Crystal names are one of our favorite science experiments EVER. Follow the simple step-by-step below and...

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Dancing Conversation Hearts

Dancing Conversation Hearts

After making gummy worms dance a few months back, my boys have been BEGGING to make something else boogie and shake. So when I saw conversation hearts at the Dollar Tree store, I knew they'd be perfect for a new kids' science experiment: dancing conversation hearts!...

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Learning about Air

Learning about Air

Learning about air is like magic to kids! We can't see air, but we know it exists, right?  This air science experiment will help kids learn just that! Adults accept and understand that air exists, sure, but children are different. Young children need to see and to...

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Frozen Science Experiments

Frozen Science Experiments

Whether you're a super fan of the movie Frozen or you're just on the hunt for some wintery science projects kids will love, these 20 Frozen science experiments are sure to melt your heart. Whip up ice that's hot to the touch, melt Elsa's frozen hands, make some fizzy...

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Dancing Frankenworms Kids’ Science Experiment

Dancing Frankenworms Kids’ Science Experiment

This simple kids' science activity is perfect for little scientists who like seeing creatures come alive before their eyes.  Like our fizzing popsicle paint and magic balloons, this kids' science experiment uses baking soda and vinegar to make gummy worms dance....

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Sticky Ice Science Experiment

Sticky Ice Science Experiment

Quick, easy and a little magical - this kid's science experiment with ice is simply too cool not to do.  The classic activity challenges little magicians scientists to lift an ice cube using only a string and salt.  With serious wow factor, this science experiment is...

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Rainbow Jar

Rainbow Jar

We love fun kids' science and this easy rainbow jar activity is one of our all-time FAVORITES! With just a few common household ingredients like dish soap and honey, little scientists can actually pour a rainbow in a jar. There's no need for any magic - just 100%...

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Skittles Rainbow Science Experiment

Skittles Rainbow Science Experiment

In this Skittles Rainbow kids' science experiment, we used candy from my daughter's Halloween stash to create a beautiful rainbow in a jar.  It was so easy and fun my 4 year old didn't mind sacrificing a little bit of her candy in the name of science. Follow the...

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Disappearing Candy Cane Stripes

Disappearing Candy Cane Stripes

This quick prep kids' science experiment is a must-try for winter! Just grab a bag of candy canes and a bowl of warm water and you're ready to make candy cane stripes magically disappear. Follow the simple step-by-step below and then grab 30 more easy-to-follow...

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Growing a Crystal Tree

Growing a Crystal Tree

There's something magical about growing crystals - whether you're growing crystal names or growing crystal trees. No matter how many times we've waited for the stunning structures to appear, the surprise at what has grown never disappoints. This crystal tree...

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Hot Ice Science Experiment

Hot Ice Science Experiment

You won't believe how easy it is to whip up this hot ice science experiment! Just like all of our favorite science projects for kids, you just need a few simple supplies from your pantry: vinegar, baking soda and water. The prep is quick and simple but the results are...

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Minty Reindeer Toothpaste

Minty Reindeer Toothpaste

Mixing up a batch of this sparkly reindeer toothpaste is sure to get any little scientist excited about chemistry. This is a pepperminty holiday twist on the popular Elephant Toothpaste demonstration. With just a few ingredients, the results are amazing! Grab 30...

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