Water Cycle in a Bag

Water Cycle in a Bag

Activity for ages 3 to 7. If you're on the lookout for a simple, fun kids' science activity, you're in the right spot! This water cycle in a bag is a quick prep activity with a BIG payoff - my boys watched the water do its thing for days. Check out...

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Free Printable Weather Game

Free Printable Weather Game

Weather game for ages 3 to 6. I love teaching kids about the weather. There's something magical about the way the systems of the earth work together so smoothly to create our weather patterns. This free printable weather game is a great way to review weather words in...

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Earth Day Superheroes

Earth Day Superheroes

Activites for ages 5 to 8. Calling all superheroes! Earth Day is coming up soon, which means there is no better time to talk about taking care of the earth with our students and work on some writing skills at the same time. This superhero writing craftivity is the...

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Weather Activities Kids Love

Weather Activities Kids Love

Activities for ages 4 to 7. Teaching a weather unit?! The Weather Activity Pack is a must. The 14 engaging activities teach young meteorologists about weather, temperature, clouds, tornadoes, precipitation, picking weather appropriate clothes, weather-themed math...

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25 Out of this World Space Activities

25 Out of this World Space Activities

Activities for ages 3 to 8. Ready to geek out on outer space activities but not sure where to start? These 25 outer space activities make it so easy to learn about our solar system. Just print and play! Grab your outer space instant download in our shop or...

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Cloud in a Jar

Cloud in a Jar

Activity for ages 3 to 8. On a recent foggy walk to school, my 3 year old, Q,  asked what made fog. Making a cloud in a jar was the perfect opportunity to show him just how clouds and fog (which is just low lying clouds) are formed.  With virtually...

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Why Leaves Change Color

Why Leaves Change Color

At the end of every summer, I find myself in awe of nature once again. Why leaves change color is fascinating on many levels, not the least of which are the glorious colors that radiate from deciduous trees every year. Coloring changing is gorgeous on its own but at...

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Leaf Chromatography

Leaf Chromatography

Activity for ages 3 to 8. Have you ever wondered how green leaves can turn brilliant orange, yellow and red?! With this simple chromatography activity, you can see just what gives leaves their amazing fall colors. It's a perfect kids' science experiment for...

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Graham Cracker Plate Tectonics

Graham Cracker Plate Tectonics

This quick and tasty kids' science activity gives little scientists a hands on way to explore plate tectonics - the movement of the Earth's crust that leads to the formation of volcanoes, mountains, and oceanic trenches. It's the perfect combination to our...

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