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Dissolving, Expanding And Bouncing Egg Science Experiment

Dissolving egg shells should be on every child’s to do list. In fact it should be on every parents to do list if you haven’t done it yet! It’s a great visual and tactile experiment to do at home and there are quite a few things that you can talk about with … Continue reading →

from Science Sparks

Humpty Dumpty Science Ideas

Humpty Dumpty Science


Don't care to wash your hands before eating a meal? Sometimes, we often are in a hurry or are too hungry that we often don't think of taking those extra fe

from iGameMom

8 Science Experiments for Kids with Salt

Love kitchen science experiments with materials you already have in the pantry. These science activities all use salt plus one or two other ingredients. Simple yet fun. Kids not only learn about salt attributes, but also scientific thinking, process, and methodology. Cool STEM project ideas to do at home or school or homeschool.


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'Going out' - breath makes the balloon go and the holy spirit makes us go


18 solar system projects for kids - These are such creative science projects for kids of all ages to explore planets, space, the sun and more!

from Little Bins for Little Hands

Classic Science Experiments Must Try Science Activities

25 Classic Science Experiments For Kids Saturday Science Blog Hop & Linky Party All The Best Experiments And Activities You Want To Try 25 classic science experiments is just that! Everyone's simple favorites for year round science. No childhood is complete without trying a few of these at home or at school. They are all …

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25 At-Home Science Experiments

This project shows students that plants will always grow towards the light. We could use this in our unit when we discuss the basic needs of plants including water and light. Students would enjoy seeing which direction the plant grows. We could ask them to make predictions on which way they think the plants will grow then compare them with what actually happens.