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Lots of fab baking soda experiments, includes baking soda powered boat, monster tea party and lots more.

After learning about land forms students can better visualize them by coloring a chart to keep with them.

water absorption simple science

2 pages $1

10 Simple Science Lessons for Preschoolers - some simple ways to enjoy science with young children.

Simple Science for Preschoolers - 10 Experiments

FREE Water Cycle Vocabulary Set by Science Doodles

10 Science Enrichment Activities for Kids { from Afterschool for Smarty Pants }

Bubble Science! (Also includes bubble solution recipe and directions to make a bubble blower!)

Dissolve the M off and M&M candy experiment!

Candy Science for Kids: M&M Experiment - Coffee Cups and Crayons

Toys from Trash

This force and motion unit assessment will assess your students' understanding of force and motion vocabulary, as well as their ability to identify push vs. pull, types of motion, and speed of motion. It also provides additional higher order questioning to assess students achieving at a higher level of understanding. $

Weather themed activities that work in your classroom!

Is Notebooking Useless Busywork or Real Learning? Answering the critics.

100s of cool science experiments!

15 Simple Science Projects For Kids

Ice and Oil- Preschool Science

exploring sound

Great app for teaching about the body. Full of information for research purposes as well as interactive activities for exploring. Love it!

Science at Home should be EASY and fun. It is all about exploration, observing, asking questions and trying to find answers. Here bloggers get together to share 7 fun and ecclectic science ideas.

How to Make Lightning - Two simple science experiments for kids to demonstrate how to make sparks and explain how lightning occurs.

{Science for Young Children}

How Does it Rain? Make it rain in a jar with this simple science experiment for kids.

site with science fun ideas

On a tray, place a pile of baking soda. Mix vinegar + a few drops of food coloring in a cup. Give the kids an eyedropper. Have them fill it with vinegar, squeeze onto the baking soda and watch mini volcanoes erupt!