Science Experiments for Kids: Why do Leaves Change Color?
These 5 science experiments are simple, so cool, and perfect for kids of all ages! These hands on experiments will get little ones excited about learning!
Sorting. Maybe safe and dangerous. Knife, oven, outlet, dog, iron, matches, bleach, pills, lighter, BBQ, etc. Could definitely make a book or two out of this concept. Love it!
Refraction of Light in Water Experiment (Video)
Here is a super simple, yet magical, experiment on refraction of light. Learn the magic of science in this water refraction trick.
Leaf Chromatography - Playdough To Plato
What an awesome kids' science experiment! Find the colors in fall leaves with some simple chromatography. Perfect fall activity for kids!
Salt Water Density Experiment For Kids
This easy to set up salt water density experiment is a cool variation of the classic sink or float experiment. What will happen to the egg in salt water? Will an egg float or sink in salty water? There are so many questions to ask and predictions to make with this easy saltwater density science activity. Make sure to check out all our classic science experiments for more great ideas! SIMPLE SALT WATER DENSITY EXPERIMENT FOR KIDS! THE DENSITY OF SALT WATER Get ready to add this simple salt…
Salt Crystal Leaves: Easy DIY Fall STEM Activity for Kids
Make salt crystal leaves as part of a fun, simple fall STEM activity for kids! Your children will love watching the crystals form.
Thermometer Activities - Classroom Freebies
This packet is a quick, easy and fun way to help your students learn about temperature. Includes data collection and graphing. This is a nice addition to your weather watching activities. Thermometer Activities TeachWithMe.com You Might Also Like:What’s The Weather? Easy Reader BookletCylinder Flag Windsock CraftivityMustache Data Collection ActivitiesMaking Weather Predictions: Groundhog Day
Science Experiments for Kids to SEE the Sound
7 fun science experiments for kids to SEE the sound -- it is hard for kids to understand the concept that sound is wave, these activities make it easier for them to grasp the concept and learn science study skills. Wonderful STEM project ideas for school, home, and homeschool
How to Make a Waterwheel
Everything today runs on batteries and electricity, but let's face it, that just wasn't the case back in the good 'ol days. The Romans used waterwheels as far back as the 4th century AD. The most popular application is at mills, grinding grain into flour. To show my son what the power and force of moving water was capable of, we made a model of a waterwheel. This activity was surprisingly simple and requires supplies you probably have on hand. Empty plastic spool of thread One (two if small)…
Lemon Battery Experiment (This Ones for the Girls)
This lemon battery experiment is a perfect activity to get our girls excited about exploring STEM. With only a few materials you can light up an LED bulb...
Magnet Grab - Busy Toddler
What’s more fun than playing with a giant magnet? They are practically magic for a toddler! I cannot be the only one who was fascinated by magnets as a kid. I could play with them for hours. I loved testing to see what was magnetic and what wasn’t, and letting the magnets bounce off eachContinue Reading