ARTS & SCIENCE, F/W 2013-2014

Science for Kids: Learn how to grow crystals overnight using Epsom salts.

35 Science Experiments That Are Basically Magic. These would be great for an intro activity, or a day when you need to fill some time, such as before a break. Geek out with these fun science projects

Having fun with science is a wonderful family project. So I have collected 11 simple science activities that your kids will think are magic! The color changing potion never fails to impress

Kids Art Activity: smART Class: Winter Rain Watercolor Resist

ARTS&SCIENCE - COLLECTION 2014AW

Children can fingerpaint a gorgeous Polar Bear Process Art project using this easy technique. The finished product is stunning!

Sneezy the Snowman winter craft

ARTS - COLLECTION 2013AW - I made a dress exactly like this in the '90s. Mine had inseam pockets! Loved it way too much!

Seasonal Tree Winter - buffalo frosty snow - Michael's Spring - colored popcorn Summer - green fingerprints Fall - tissue paper

Learn with Play at Home: Paintsicles. Frozen paint cubes for creative fun.

Where do animals live in the winter? Craft or archive to go along with hibernation

Pendulum Painting. This would be a great science based lesson for EOY. This was always one of my favorite projects in middle school and I still have all my "drawings" now. Great way to tie a lesson in with this and very inexpensive. - Heart-2-Home

winter art projects for 2nd graders - Bing Images

How to Make a Roly Poly Habitat with Kids-Includes free printable planning and observation sheet. This would be a great spring science activity for elementary kids learning about decomposers or isopods

Crystal Seashells Borax Crystal Growing Science Experiment - Classic science experiment with a twist for chemistry!

Ice Cream in a Bag: a fun and easy way to incorporate math and science into any classroom celebration. Love it!

Science for Kids: Overnight Crystal Garden - Babble Dabble Do (uses epsom salts) C is for Crystal

How Animals Get Ready for Winter (C2, W5)

Green straws make the stems and cupcake papers make the flower. Sunflower seeds are glued in the middle of the cupcake paper. I also had the kids break apart one seed and put part of the shell down in the soil to represent where the plant sprouted from. Any kind of seed could be used.

How to Make Snow Slime - This stuff stretches and squishes and sparkles like snow! Fun winter activity for kids.