Peep Catapults STEM Activity

Peep Catapults STEM Activity

Get ready for some Peep catapults!  My kiddos were so busy laughing at this STEM activity that they didn't realize they were learning engineering, physics and math, too. Follow the simple step-by-step below and then grab 30 more easy-to-follow science experiments kids...

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Sink or Float Candy Science

Sink or Float Candy Science

This simple twist on the classic sink or float kids' science experiment uses one of children's favorite things (candy!) to step up the cool science factor. Just grab a handful of different types of treats, print the record sheet (below) and get ready for some...

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10 Peeps Science Experiments

10 Peeps Science Experiments

Peeps aren't just for eating any more! The classic spring treats are great to use in science experiments too. Kids will go crazy for these 10 Peeps science experiments... no sugar rush needed! Peeps Activities for Kids Ready for some fun?! These Peeps science...

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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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Valentine’s Day Craft: Conversation Heart Shooters

Valentine’s Day Craft: Conversation Heart Shooters

One rainy day last week, my boys were getting antsy from being cooped up indoors. Needing a quick distraction, we started whipping together these simple paper cup shooters. We opened a box of conversation hearts we had lying around and - viola! Our Valentine's Day...

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Invisible Ink Valentines

Invisible Ink Valentines

What kid doesn't like a little bit of magic?!  Add in a sweet message and you've got a sure fire winner for Valentine's Day. These invisible ink valentines are a perfect addition to any Valentine's Day party, friendship unit or rainy day activity. Getting Ready As a...

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Life Science: Why Don’t Frogs Freeze?

Life Science: Why Don’t Frogs Freeze?

This kid's science experiment is an oh so simple, hands-on way to learn how certain animals like frogs and turtles are able to survive winter's freezing temperatures.  This interesting life science experiment is eye-opening! This post contains Amazon affiliate links...

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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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Worm Bin in a Bucket

Worm Bin in a Bucket

Wondering how to make a worm bin? We've got you covered. Our homemade worm bins are a simple backyard kids' science project with a major cool factor. Your kids will love this squiggly project! This post contains Amazon affiliate links for worm books. It seems any...

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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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25 Outer Space Activities

25 Outer Space Activities

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 on Teachers Pay Teachers. Science To...

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Volcano Eggs

Volcano Eggs

Looking for a magical, gorgeous and highly-addictive way to color Easter eggs?! These DIY volcano eggs are an awesome craft and science activity in one. With just baking soda and vinegar, you can make erupting eggs that are brilliantly colorful and tons of fun....

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20 Earth Day Activities

20 Earth Day Activities

Earth Day is the perfect time to learn how we can make our planet a healthier, cleaner place to live. These 20 Earth Day activities include our favorite earth-friendly crafts, science experiments and projects from across the web. Get ready for some serious...

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Egg Head Planting Activity

Egg Head Planting Activity

I love kids' science and spring is the perfect time to learn about plants. My family's favorite way to watch seeds grow is from our very own plant activity: egg head planters. With a quick trip to the grocery store or your refrigerator, you can create these funny egg...

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Water Cycle in a Bag

Water Cycle in a Bag

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. Follow the simple step-by-step below and then grab 30...

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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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Growing Seeds with Toddlers

Growing Seeds with Toddlers

Spring is the perfect time to teach little ones about plant life. This simple kids' science project is a hands-on way to show kids what really happens to seeds buried in the earth. Grow seeds with toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners - or any little learner! Follow...

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Walking on Eggs

Walking on Eggs

This kids' science activity is a jaw-dropping fun way to teach little Einsteins about the strength of arches. How can a hen sit on an egg and not break it, but a chick can peck its way out? To find the answer, just walk on eggs. Like our Rainbow Jar activity, it's a...

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