If your kids love science and experiments, then our Fireworks In A Jar activity will score big points with them! All you need is a few household supplies for hours and hours of fun! The 4th of July is without a doubt one of my favorite holidays. There’s just nothing like watching the beautiful fireworks displays and wondering how in the world they do that. | @made_in_a_pinch #funfireworksinajar #summerscienceexperiments #fireworksinajar
Can you predict why the heavier orange floats? Experimenting with objects to determine what will float and what will sink is always educational and fun! In this easy science experiment, kids explore and test density while learning more about buoyancy. It’s a quick experiment that will only take a few minutes to perform and offers the added bonus of snacking on the oranges while you discuss the outcome!
Popsicle stick catapult is a great STEM project that will have your kids laughing as they launch the ball into the air! This fun kids activity allow your children to build the catapult by themselves and learn about Newton's laws and gravity through play! #mombrite #gravity #newtonslaws #kidsactivities #STEMactivity #STEMproject
Back to Back Water Balloon Dash A Fun Summer Water Balloon Game to Play. Easy and Fun DIY Water Balloon Game to Play with the kids, youth and even adults. Such a Simple Relay Race to set up and fun summer game to play as a group! Perfect for youth groups or Minute To Win It Games! www.kidfriendlythingstodo.com #minutetowinitwaterballoongame #outdoorwaterballoongame #waterballoongameforkids #waterballoongameforteens #waterballoongameforadults #waterballoongameyouthgroup
Can you pick up a ball with an open jar? It doesn’t seem possible at first, but with the magic of centripetal force, you’ll be able to make it happen! This quick science experiment only requires two items and a little practice. Helpful tips, a demonstration video, printable instructions and a simple explanation of how it works are included!
A fun science experiment and music lesson all in one! This easy experiment allows kids to learn and make noise (music) in the process. Kids can explore and investigate sound waves, pitch, and more as they create their own simple musical instrument. Watch our demonstration video below then print out our materials list and instruction sheet to get started. An easy to understand explanation of how the experiment works is included.
Maybe you feel like you’re on a music teacher island, especially this school year. You already feel alone as an elementary music teacher, and this year, you’re craving a sense of community and a support system more than ever. In this episode, you’ll hear from 5 music teachers, just like you, who are a part of the HARMONY membership community. They share their stories of joining the membership, what they’ve gotten out of it, and how it’s helped them even during this time of uncertainty.