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This is part 5 of a 6 part hands-on unit study on Earth Science. Create a tsunami, build marshmallow structures that can withstand an earthquake,...

perhaps could have something similar to this in the classroom for any plant projects we do so the kids can see them grow but it won't be as messy

Why not have a spring nature trail? Use this amazing free pack from Nature Detectives - including tick list, map template, photos, tips and ideas

Links to 50+ science activities and experiments for kids

Great way to make seed pods with your kids this spring, get a head start on your garden

DIY - Hypertufa. A what?? A Hypertufa! A hypertufa is a container that looks like stone/concrete but weighs much less. It can be molded into different shapes & sizes. These unique containers are relatively easy to make and can become quite the conversation piece in your garden or on a patio or deck. They are also great additions to a rock garden.

This site has TONS of science videos on everything from life, earth and physical. What a big help this is going to be!

A volcano in a mug. Neat idea to show kids how they work. Much more accurate than the old baking soda/vinegar idea.

This is a great video site showing the life and careers of famous scientists. Find out about Richard Feynman, Rosalind Franklin, Gregor Mendel and even Mister Spock in interviews with scientists in their field today.

Popping Popcorn in super Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

Experiments with Popcorn (educational AND delicious)