Are hovercrafts a thing of the future? Not according to this experiment!

Make a wormery activity for Apologia Botany or Zoology. Learn about worms and composting. #homeschool science activity. Get your Gracemats today! http://gracemats.com/

science balloon and coin - centrifugal forces

Lovely for your new class. If anyone knows the origin please post the link. I'd love to give them the credit.

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Fourth Grade Physical Science Activities: Electric Science: Make a Battery!

Teach your little engineers to create the strongest structure they can! Test their building by putting some weight on it. What makes a construction extra sturdy?

Engineering Activities for Kids by funaday: 14 projects ranging from a snack pulley to a hexbug maze to a milk jug igloo for your budding engineers. #Kids #Science #Engineering

20 GREAT hands-on experiments to teach all about forces - friction, gravity, movement, magnetism and more!

DIY summer science camp for kids. Easy experiments and projects.

Force & Motion (from Chalk Talk)

Dancing Science Project - This is such a FUN, easy to make science experiment using a batter and wire that will amaze kids from Preschool-5th grade. SO COOL!

50 fun and easy ideas for science in the kitchen.

Balloon Rocket! Easy Science Experiment for Kids!

Teach the kids about the different Moon Phases with this fun Science Experiment!

The Penny Experiment..fun, easy little science experiment..kids will love

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: How to Make a Hovercraft

Potion Lab :: kitchen science experiments for kids Families Gloucestershire http://www.familiesonline.co.uk/LOCATIONS/Gloucestershire#.UutlEvl_uuI

Force and Motion Science Interactive Notebook Photos and Ideas

Water density experiment with skittles

Super Cool Kids Science Experiment. Pour hot ice!! It's so easy. Uses just a couple common household ingredients. This would be a fun afternoon science activity for kids.