Want to know how to make sorbet from scratch? Whether you make it indoors or outdoors, make sure you have a pair of warm gloves ready. This easy sorbet in a bag recipe is chilly chemistry for kids they can eat! Enjoy fun science experiments all year round! Click to find the whole list of summer activities along with instructions and a supplies list!
Do you have a kid who loves to make slime and also loves when the Elf on the Shelf shows up for the holidays? We have the perfect set up for you! Keep the magic alive and create an Elf on the Shelf slime recipe with Christmas confetti for the holiday season. You and your little Elf will love this easy Christmas slime recipe filled with a bit of Christmas magic and a sprinkle of glitter.
Thanksgiving themed STEM activities are perfect for the fall season in your classroom or after school program. Your elementary kids will love these activities that also get them engaged in science at a young age. Help your children learn and grow when they are encouraged to think and discover through the world around them. A fun way to keep little minds and hands busy while introducing them to science!
Looking for fun Halloween projects to do at home with your kids? Or in the elementary classroom? This craft only uses a few supplies you likely have on hand! These paper plate cats make cute classroom decorations or will be cute in your windows to decorate for October 31st. Check out the simple steps to creating these cats at home or in the classroom!
Looking for a fun STEM project for your classroom? What a fun way to learn about our water cycle and how water is filtered! Learn about water filtration and make your own water filter at home or in the classroom. All you need is a few supplies for this STEM project. Perfect for elementary aged kids at home or in the classroom.
You are going to love this awesome STEM activity for your kids! Make a mini earthquake and find out what happens to buildings built on sand. This fun and simple earthquake experiment is a great geology activity for multiple ages. Make a simple oobleck or goop mixture below to find out how an earthquake impacts buildings built on sand. The oobleck represents the sand, and liquefaction process.
Pair a classic fairy tale with architecture and you get a fun Three Little Pigs STEM activity. Includes free printable house design pages. Architecture, the design process, literature and more make this an awesome STEM activity for kids to explore. Getting started with STEM early is one of the best ways we can raise thinkers, doers, and inventors.
Enjoy a fun and imaginative exploration of dinosaurs in this month long learning unit. Perfect for Pre-K, K, and 1st-grade ages and any kiddo that loves the dinosaurs. The dino learning pack includes basic math such as counting, tallying, and matching. Activities include: Frozen Dino Egg Discovery, Hatching Fizzy Eggs, Dino Egg Slime, Dino Dig Activity, Making Fossils, and Dino Dirt Cups Snack Recipe. Video is included of each dino science activity, as well as supplies and set-up information.
Looking for options for your homeschool science curriculum? You'll love this large resource for elementary aged kids who are looking for fun hands on ways to learn! You can use this pack as a supplement for your science curriculum to keep things interesting and engaging. Over 100 pages of science fun.
Edible science for kids with growing sugar crystals. Are you searching for a way to make science fun for you elementary aged kids? Check out this big list of edible science activities! Learn all about chemical reactions, make science models out of food and more. A great resource for parents, day cares, and science teachers.