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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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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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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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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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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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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Sharpie Tie-Dye Science

Sharpie Tie-Dye Science

We love tie-dye, but could do without the dyed hands, repeated rinsing and stained sink. Enter: Sharpie tie-dye shirts to the rescue!   This crafty kids' science activity is the perfect solution! It's a fun way to explore solvents with tie-dye but skip the mess....

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Tornado in a Jar

Tornado in a Jar

When it comes to kids' science, it doesn't get much simpler than making a tornado in a jar. This five minute activity uses just two common household ingredients and has a big wow factor. It's easy AND exciting. Gotta' love that kind of kids' science! Follow the simple...

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20 Kids’ Home Science Experiments

20 Kids’ Home Science Experiments

There are so many home science experiments for kids! From learning about how clouds rain to making sun-dried raisins, this list of 20 favorite science activities promises to be fun for kids AND grown ups. No science labs needed! Get inspired below and then grab 30...

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Flying Tea Bag Ghosts

Flying Tea Bag Ghosts

Kids' science doesn't get much cooler than these fun flying tea bag ghosts. Kids will love learning about convection and air pressure so much that they'll be running to the panty for every last tea bag. And, since this kids' science activity is oh-so-simple to set up,...

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Force and Motion Activity Pack

Force and Motion Activity Pack

Activities for ages 5 to 7. Studying force and motion?! These six science experiments and colorful posters are a must! The easy to follow directions and printable record sheets make the activity pack perfect to use as science centers, STEM projects or whole...

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Racing Pepper Science

Racing Pepper Science

When it comes to kids' science experiments, there are few as easy as this one. Racing Pepper is a simple prep science activity with major "wow" factor! We promise: your kids will love trying it again and again and again... Getting Ready To prep, we gathered our...

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Pumpkin Catapults

Pumpkin Catapults

STEM activities {Science Technology Engineering and Math} are always a hit with my kiddos but this engineering activity had the whole family wanting to get in on the action. After explaining to my 3 and 5 year old what a catapult was, I simply challenged...

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Learning About Sound

Learning About Sound

Activity for ages 3 to 7. We love kids' science and these echolocation activities are a fun way to learn about sound. I have fond and vivid memories of playing in a deep and wide sand pit yelling at the top of my lungs. I'd wait and listen as my shout travelled across...

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DIY Magnetic Board 

DIY Magnetic Board 

Activity for ages 5 to 8. Remember the Wooly Willy magnetic board? C'mon, I know you do. As a child I spent hours working to get his facial hair just right. The simple, engaging kids' science toy was a mesmerizing way to learn about magnetism....

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DIY Science Kit for Kids

DIY Science Kit for Kids

Whether you're looking for an insanely cool science gift for kids or you need a list of go-to science supplies, this DIY home science kit has you covered. Most of the supplies are available at the Dollar Store and the free experiment cards include four ready to go...

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Solar Oven Pizza

Solar Oven Pizza

Activity for ages 4 to 8. Hot summer days are ideal for this fun kids' science activity: making a solar oven pizza! Teaching your child how to build a solar oven requires a ton of glueing but the result is worth every minute of prep. Little scientists and pizza fans...

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Magic Pipe Cleaners

Magic Pipe Cleaners

Activity for ages 3 to 6. From making a rainbow in a jar to whipping up a batch of fizzy bath bombs, we've been doing plenty of fun kids' science projects lately. Our newest science experiment, Magic Pipe Cleaners, is a simple prep,...

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