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I thought now might be a good time to sharpen up our science skills. (Plus, the last science at home post was a big hit.) So today I’ve rounded up 10 more experiments sure to surprise and delight your kiddos. In no particular order, here they are: #1 – 5: Reactions! Fun Science Activities …
  • Kelly Longley

    science fun for kids-- magnetic silly putty

  • Paige Elizabeth

    science projects for kids- magnetic silly putty for magnetism unit

  • Julie Fleischmann

    Science at Home #1 - 5: Reactions! Fun Science Activities that Fizz, Foam, and Pop! #6: Cartesian Diver #7: "Dinosaur" Excavation for Kids #8: Hot Lava Science #9: Does it Dissolve? #10: DIY Magnetic Silly Putty. My son is beginning his science experiment phase.

  • Emily Corna Seguin

    Awesome site for kids science projects

  • Katherine Mohr

    Science project ideas for kids

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