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Baking Soda Rockets For Kids: An Exciting STEM Project For Summer

For July, we wanted to go BIG and celebrate Independence Day in a loud, booming kind of way! So we made these baking soda rockets for kids! This is a great STEM project.

from Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

This EPIC Bottle Rocket Flew Higher Than our Two Story House

This EPIC Bottle Rocket Flew Higher Than our Two Story House! Use a soda bottle, baking soda, and vinegar. Super fun science and backyard project! Demonstrate Newton's 3rd law of motion.


Balloon Rockets: What you need: Piece of yarn (or string) – cut to about 6 feet, thread on a straw and tie string to two chairs. Put tape on straw to attach a Balloon that has been blown up but has not been tied. Pull attached balloon to one side and let go! Experiment shows action and reaction. Kids will want to do over and over so be prepared to blow up a few balloons and have extra tape on hand. Link leads to step by step instructions with a photo tutorial.

from Buggy and Buddy

How to Make Straw Rockets

STEM Activity for Kids: How to Make Straw Rockets (w/ Free Rocket Template)- Fun for a science lesson, outdoor play activity, or unit on space! ~

from Kidspot

Make straw rockets

Make easy straw rockets including a FREE straw rocket template and then test your rockets to see how far they will go. A fun science activity for kids.


How to make a Simple Paper Rocket Launcher (Watch Video) This is a very simple design that will shoot a paper rocket over 50 feet. It has plenty of power. This project would make a get office toy. All you need is a 2ltr bottle, a 12 inch section of 1/2 inch PVC, and a paper rocket. The paper rockets are very easy to make. To make one, you will need a couple sheets of paper, tape, and scissors. This is a great toys for kids.

Learn how to draw a rocket, for young artists!
from Art For Kids Hub

How To Draw A Rocket (Young Artists) - Art For Kids Hub -