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20 Must Try Summer Science Activities for Kids | Weather, Physics, Chemistry, and so much more! Perfect for summer camp or summer boredom busters

Types of Rocks Rocks Cycle Video - YouTube

Rocks and Minerals.m4v - YouTube - 22-minute video—great for basic introduction to rocks and minerals

Exploring Rocks and Minerals - YouTube

Life Cycle of a Butterfly with detailed descriptions!

video showing animals adapted for desert life

▶ Ultimate Wildlife: Adapting to Cold - YouTube 24:33

Adaptions Song - This is the Adaptation song with the camel rapping with lyrics for your students to easily follow.

Interesting slideshow of fifteen amazing animals who use camouflage to adapt to the habitat.

Photo of Owl Camoflauge

15 Camouflaged Owl Blending In With Their Surroundings

Animals adapting to winter activity. I think this is a great hands on activity to help the students understand what an adaptation really is. Have the students stick their hand in a bucket of ice water, then when it gets too cold have them put on a rubber glove and try again. They will realize it does not hurt as much. Then you can explain how this is an "adaptation"

Preschool - What fun we have!: Animals in Winter

The Science of Sound - exploring Vibrations

Fossils - What Lived Before - Foldable by Science Doodles

just before 3 minutes, he starts to explain exactly why and how snowflakes form▶ The Science of Snowflakes | It's Okay to be Smart | PBS Digital Studios - YouTube

Edible butterfly life cycle

My Little Yellow Room: Edible Butterfly Life Cycle

Dish soap plus cornstarch - ooh! Can't wait to try Bubble Dough! From Creative Playhouse.

Creative Playhouse: Play Recipes

using old cd cases to grow beans. Then can use a sharpie or dry erase marker to label parts of the plant for older kids. - Cloverbuds!

Great idea for teaching cloud identification!

Fingerprint chick hatching: for oviparous unit

Teach kids the phases of the moon with oreo cookies and eat it too!

Planet song. Pinner says my Kindergarteners L-O-V-E this and now know the order of all the planets! Highly recommend this lively dance song.