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Experiment for kids- make rain clouds. Science to make learning fun

Did you know that you can make plastic out of milk and vinegar? Simple, impressive, and fun science experiment!

12 hands on activities to explore the five senses with children, isolating one sense at a time.

Water preservation materials for grades 1-middle school!

In which type of landscape does soil erode most easily?

Engaging books about hibernation and migration along with a some fun hands-on activities for kids!

EEWWWW....It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever!- cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves.

Lapbooks on Space; Black Holes, Asteroids, Astronauts and More!; Sun, Moon and Stars and Planets! Also good astronomy links at the bottom of the page.

50 Things to look at under a microscope

Meteorite experiment. Sand, flour, and cocoa powder to represent rock and soil layers. Drop marbles or other objects into the bin.

Bug and Monkey Mama: Muffin Tin Monday: The Water Cycle

The Science Penguin - Ecosystems ideas

Erupting snow recipe - cool!

  • Teresa Mixon

    I can't wait to try this with my students and my own kids. This looks so cool.

Homemade natural watercolors made from real flowers - This experiment is amazing!

Exploding bags with baking soda and vinegar-science lesson. They take off like rockets!--kids would love this.

Lego Science Fair Project Ideas

Candy Experiments. Drop a Warhead in baking soda water, and bubbles erupt. Leave a Skittle in water, and the S floats to the surface. Melt a Starburst, and shiny oil spots form.

Pour whole milk and add red bull - let sit 5 minutes and the acid in the red bull will cause the protein in the milk to separate - liquid changing to solid!

Science - Open up the pumpkin, add a little soil and water, and watch the seeds (which are already inside the pumpkin) grow.

  • Angie Edrington

    I did this last year- it works amazingly!!

  • For what it's worth-Jeannie

    How long did it grow? Did you pant the whole thing in the garden later?

  • Cassie Stewart Pittman

    Do you water it? Did you poke small holes in the bottom to let water drain?

  • April Kloempken

    I did this last year in October and let it grow until Thanksgiving break. I threw it away then because it had started to mold. I watered it lightly and didn't poke any holes in the pumpkin. My students LOVED this project.

Crackle Foam POPS and fizzles between fingers while kids play. Make foam mountains, build popping towers, or hold crackling clouds in your hands. Sensory play with sound effects- SUPER FUN!

Little Miss Hypothesis - Lessons from the Science Lab: Magnet Mania!