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EASY Steady Hand Game

Introducing kids to electricity can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. If you’re looking for a fun, simple way to introduce your elementary age child to electricity and circuits...

Why do Boats Float

After you’ve learned about density for kids including what mass and volume are and why they are needed to find an objects density you are ready to explore this weeks lesson on why boats float.

Fun Bubbles Experiment

Let your kids be mad scientists complete with bubbling beakers with this fun bubbles experiment. This safe science activity uses supplies you probably already have in your house to teach your kids...

Charged Atoms Science Experiment

Looking for a fun, Easy Science Experiment to teach kids about atoms? You are gong to love this Charged Atoms Science Experiment!

How to Make a Weather Vane

The weather is a great scientific topic to study with young kids, because the results are so tangible and relevant to their lives. Is the temperature too low? Maybe we should play inside instead of...

Anti-Gravity Ping Pong Ball Science Experiment

To be fair, this experiment does not ACTUALLY defy gravity. (Anti-gravity is really just science fiction.) However, it definitely APPEARS to defy gravity. By combining this “anti-gravity”...

10 FUN Solar Science Experiments for Kids

Harness the power of the sun during these summer months to try some amazing outdoor kids activities. These 10 solar science experiments are sure to amaze and teach kids of all ages!

Periodic Table Battleship

Help kids learn and review chemistry for kids with this fun science game for kids – Periodic Table Battleship.

Walking on Eggs Science Experiment

Your kids are going to love this amazing science experiment where they learn how strong eggs shells really are. You really CAN walk on eggs without cracking them all! Come find out more!

How I Teach Homeschool Science

This is part of a five day series on how to homeschool Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade students. Today I am giving you a glimpse into how I teach Science.  Here are the Science...