Why is the blue sky orange at sunset? Science Experiment
Need a light? Use potato power! With this science experiment for kids, learn how chemical reactions take place between two dissimilar metals and how to create voltage. #ShellScienceFair
35 Magical Science Experiments. Make crystal words, fireworks in a jar... tons of ideas!
tunnel system has chickens do the gardening.
Another pinner: This website is one of the best I have found on gardening. I plan on using a lot of this seasoned gardeners tips this year!
How to build a super sturdy tomato cage. Don't re-enforce with rebar and you don't need strengh or bolt cutters. Get yourself a pair of Fencing pliers, don't worry about perfect bends just make it round and take the cross wires out at the bottom so that you can stake it right into the ground, works like a charm.
Build a Light Bulb - Circuit Science | Experiments | Steve Spangler Science
Burning Ice and other fun, safe experiments with FIRE
Teach young kids about physical reactions and physics by making a baking soda powered boat
"Building Bristlebots: Basic Toothbrush Robotics": With a bag of toothbrushes and some basic electronics supplies, you can give a group of kids a fun introductory #robotics experience! Once you have a crew of working bots, get creative building mazes and tracks!
Weather / How to make a wind vane
How to make a matchbox microphone (DIY) | ScienceDump
Can you build a boat that will float and hold weight? GREAT STEM activity!
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Hunkin's Experiments (over 200 home experiments)
Rubber Band Car 2
Totally Awesome Science Experiments on YouTube http://lemonlimeadventures.com/totally-awesome-science-experiments-kids-youtube #TOSMag #homeschool
Human Body Kids Activities for fun Hands on Science activities for preschool, kindergarten, elementary kids, and homeschoolers.
Here's 100 Engineering Projects For Kids to get that them excited about construction, design, electronics, and more.
How to make a paper airplane fly forever | ScienceDump
Totally doing this with my students. :) MB= Weather in a Jar-I didn't know what to do with this, but it links to one of the kewlest Kid Science Websites. I would have loved this stuff when I was young. Science is where it's at.
Walking Water experiment (and colour theory/ colour mixing too!)
Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: How to Make a Waterwheel