Weather Activities Kids Love

Weather Activities Kids Love

Teaching a weather unit?! These 14 weather activities teach young meteorologists about weather, temperature, clouds, tornadoes, precipitation, picking weather appropriate clothes, weather-themed math and more. Grab your set in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers!...

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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 action...

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14 Must-Have Bug and Butterfly Activities

14 Must-Have Bug and Butterfly Activities

Do your kids love bugs and butterflies?! These 14 must-have activities will keep preschoolers and kindergarteners learning and engaged for weeks.  Practice alphabet letters, sight words, numbers, addition, writing, learn about the butterfly life cycle and so. much....

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11 Plant Life Cycle Activities

11 Plant Life Cycle Activities

Looking for fun ways to teach kids about the plant life cycle?! These 11 science activities and experiments are perfect for preschool, kindergarten and first grade.  Make a sprout house, try your hand at leaf chromatography, turn a flower not one but TWO colors and...

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My Little Sprout House

My Little Sprout House

Kids love learning about how things grow and these adorable Little Sprout Houses take the science fun factor up a notch. With just a few minutes of prep, you'll be ready for WEEKS of mesmerizing excitement! Grab these sprout houses (plus 30 more easy-to-follow science...

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How to Make Bird’s Nest Helpers

How to Make Bird’s Nest Helpers

Looking for an engaging backyard kids' science activity? Create bird's nest helpers filled with nest building supplies your feathered friends will love. Then, enjoy watching the birds find a home! With the arrival of spring, we've noticed our resident crows busy...

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Bicolor Flowers Kids’ Science

Bicolor Flowers Kids’ Science

To show children just what plants do with all the H2O we give them, I added a little twist on a classic kids' science experiment by dyeing a single flower not one but TWO colors. I have to say, this was a whole lot trickier than I had anticipated, but the results made...

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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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Free Printable Weather Game

Free Printable Weather Game

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 a fun and playful way. It's...

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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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Growing Germs: Kids’ Science Experiment

Growing Germs: Kids’ Science Experiment

This simple kids' science experiment uses an apple and your kiddo's own germs to show little ones just how important hand washing is now that cold season is upon us. Once my 4 year-old daughter could visually see the germs that were on her hands, all battles over...

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Clay Boat Kids’ Science Experiment

Clay Boat Kids’ Science Experiment

How can big, heavy metal boats float on water? Help little scientists discover the answer on their own with this simple kids' science experiment and craft in one. With just a few supplies, children can build their own floatable boat, too! While taking the ferry on a...

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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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Orange Buoyancy Kids’ Science Experiment

Orange Buoyancy Kids’ Science Experiment

Looking for a quick kids' science experiment that's sure to wow little scientists?! This simple buoyancy activity requires just a few common household supplies. Kids will love learning why things sink and float in this easy, hands-on experiment! Follow the simple...

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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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Must-Try Weather Activities for Kids

Must-Try Weather Activities for Kids

These must-try weather activities for kids are fun, hands-on ways to teach about temperatures, clouds, rain... even tornadoes!! Whether you're in need of a quick kids' science project or are looking for something more crafty, we've got you covered. These ideas...

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Outer Space Kids’ Bingo

Outer Space Kids’ Bingo

Kids love learning about space - planets, moons, rockets - you name it. This print-and-play kids' bingo game helps little astronauts memorize the names and characteristics of the eight planets in our solar system, plus our favorite satellite in the sky: the moon! Grab...

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25 Rainbow Activities for Kids

25 Rainbow Activities for Kids

There's just something about the colors of the rainbow that make projects seem a little happier, don't you think?! These 25 rainbow activities for kids are sure to bring smiles as children play along with fun and colorful math, science and literacy projects. Rainbow...

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Sink and Float Peeps

Sink and Float Peeps

Sugared marshmallow Peeps are among our favorites for eating AND for kids' sink and float science experiments.  This ultra simple science activity uses just a few Peeps and water to explore density and buoyancy. My 3 year-old loved that he could do this activity...

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