Lung Anatomy in a Bottle
This clever lung anatomy in a bottle for kids activity is a great way to teach children how lungs work in a visual way. Great STEM biology science project.
How to Make Fire With a Lemon – Fact or Fiction?
Whether or not you can make fire with a lemon, the real lesson here is that to survive when SHTF you will need ingenuity and DIY skills.
Try These Super Cool Jingle Bells Activities Today
Christmas Activities for Kids - Activities Using Jingle Bells - They pair great with magnets and lids for some fine motor Christmas themed fun!
How to Make a Tornado in a Jar: Fun Science for Kids!
I love science, I love hands on learning, and I love learning about the weather! Check out this cool, simple science experiment: how to make a tornado!
The Best Weather Science Experiment - Mrs. Jones Creation Station
When rainy weather hits and you're stuck inside this simple science experiment is perfect for teaching little learners how clouds make rain.
Turn Milk into Plastic! - How Wee Learn
Exploring, creating, and discovering is how we learn! Focusing on creative learning activities for kids!
Homemade Lava Lamp Experiment
Make a homemade lava lamp for fun science. Your kids will want to try this lava lamp experiment over and over to see the cool chemical reactions!
Walking Water (a Science and Art Experiment)
With three tumblers on the table, a measuring cup filled with water, paper towels, and food dye, I told my sons we were going to fill a cu...
Homemade Bouncing Bubbles Recipe (No glycerin or corn syrup) -
How to make bubbles with only 3 Ingredients that can bounce on your hand. Check out our new trick! We came up with our own homemade Bouncing Bubbles Recipe that doesn’t need glycerin or corn syrup and only has 3 ingredients you are bound to have in your kitchen right now! The bubble recipe makes […]
Easy and Fun Walking Rainbow Science Experiment
Kids will love making their very own walking rainbow from just three colors. This amazing walking rainbow experiment is the most fun walking water experiment ever! You'll have a blast with the rainbow walking water.
Walking Rainbow science experiment - You Shall Not Pass!
The Walking Rainbow science experiment should have been easy, but due to a mistake we discovered a fascinating capillary action and natural balance project.
Teaching Water Cycle: Activities, Resources, and a FREEBIE - Elementary Nest
Find activities to make teaching water cycle exciting and engaging for your students. This post features book suggestions, science, writing, plus a freebie!
Calming Bottles and Sensory Bottles
Sensory bottles - these calming bottles are great for little ones to explore and for preschoolers to use during a cooling off period.