Fun with frozen: making ice grow
Do your kids love Elsa and "Frozen?" If so, give this science experiment a try! I have been noticing lots of fun ideas being shared by my fellow bloggers that are all related to the Walt Disney movie "Frozen." I must admit that my grandsons and I have enjoyed watching this movie at home on more
Food Chain Stacking Cups
animal photos via alamy snake via flickr cc: Matt Reinbold Awesome idea from Earth Mama's World: Food Chain game out of styrofoam cups! Just glue images on to your cups and write the name of the organism on the rim. Mix them up, have kids put them in order, and stack them! If you have older students, and are working with more complex wood webs, have kids stack cups in a pyramid shape, rather than nested.
You Need to Try These Top 10 Summer Science Experiments | Fun-A-Day!
An awesome collection of summer science experiments for kids to try! 10 summer science categories, with 50+ summer science activities for kids to get into.
How to Make Crystal Stars | Borax Crystal Ornaments
OK you guys, I think I've fallen in love with another kids activity. These crystal stars are awesome! Any activity where I get to make something beautiful from bright rainbow colours, and I'm totally on board!
Home Science Experiments for Kids
Easy home science experiments for kids to do after school. These at home projects will encourage kids to think like scientists.
Science for Kids: Exploring Ramps and Friction - Pre-K Pages
Science for Kids: Exploring Ramps and Friction A great scince experiment for preschool and kindergarten kids at home or in the classroom!- Pre-K Pages
Play Date with Science - Easy Fun Experiment - No Time For Flash Cards
Having a play date with science is a fun and exciting way for kids to learn and have fun. They will have fun with the "Which will Erupt" game!
Freebie! What Dissolves? Science Experiment for Kids
Here is a fun, easy science experiment that I use to introduce my little ones to the concepts of predicting and experimenting. I set up 10 different solids on a table in my classroom. We discuss the word "dissolving" and we come up with a good working definition. Then I ask my students to predict w...