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Dinosaur fossils created by mixing dirt and glue which is then pressed onto a paper plate and pieces of broken macoroni are added to look like dinosur bones.

use straws to demonstrate compound eyes

Gather a bunch of straws and place a rubber band around them. This is great for the kids to see through an insect's eyes.

$ Do creepy crawlies give you the heebie jeebies? Are your students bug lovers or loathers? In this pack you’ll find activities to meet everyone’s needs and engage even the most reluctant of learners…

Digestive Tract: So just how long is our digestive tract? We set out to find out with this activity. We measured out different colors of yarns for each part of the digestive system. The page you see (above right) was in the Digestive System Pack I made for [...]

Self-watering planter made from recycled bottles.

apple slices, peanut butter and marshmallows for the teeth!

The Dissolving Peeps Experiment - what does it take to dissolve a marshmallow Peep? I am SO doing this!!! Easter activity for science!

Insect Unit - a step-by-step guide about how to teach your kids about insects, including activities, books, etc. From Frolic and Farce (homeschoolfrolic....)

Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain.

Water Cycle-What a great way to help kids visualize this concept!

water cycle song - to the tune of she'll be coming round the mountain