Which Chocolate Melts The Fastest? Dark, Milk or White? - eww, a potential science project for the class
Need an easy kindergarten, yes kindergarten science Fair project...
Explore chemical reactions with pennies: a fun and safe science experiment for kids.
Teach kids about the needs of seeds with this seed experiment that answers the question: "What liquids help seeds to grow?" Part 5 in a series of seed experiments from Gift of Curiosity
Gummy Bear Science Experiment
Fun paper bag STEM challenges for a week of STEM activities. STEM challenges for kindergarten and grade school age kids. Activities use simple supplies and recycled items.
SCIENTIFIC METHOD INTRO LESSON~ Use bananas to introduce students to the scientific method using bananas. Lesson description and free printable science journal worksheet.
Moldy Bread Experiment - Make children think about why they need to wash their hands before touching food. - Health & Science
Leak Proof Bag Experiment for Kids #science #homeschool #preschool
Chemistry Experiments For Kids | Science Experiments For Kids aspirin+ water in a jar plus darkness 4-5 days adding aspirin one a day grows the image
Lesson Plan: Scientific Method - Flocabulary
Optics for Kids
Freebie: Simple Machines Notebooking Pages & Matchbooks
Simple Machines and Rube Goldberg Inventions - from a blog I've never seen before!
Exploring Force - Science Experiments for Kids5
Simple & Complex Machines Unit
Learn about polymer science while making some yummy homemade fruit gummies. From Left Brain Craft Brain.
Gummy Worms vs. Earth Worms: I would use this activity in Phase 2 in an Earth Science topic. I think it's a great way to help students work on their comparison and observation skills. It's also fun and motivational because they can eat the gummy worm after!
Harry Potter potions: bring the fictional world of Hogwarts to your kitchen and wow your kids with something that bubbles and burns with bri...
Free animal project poster printable
Pinner said - Place a bar of Ivory soap in the microwave for two minutes to make a soap cloud. We then turned it into bathtub paint. The kids loved it! (I was probably just as entertained.)
Lots of great ideas here for my little engineer!
This is sooo easy --- Make this Practice Thermometer with a straw and a pipe cleaner!
Float or Sink Marshmallows #STEM