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20 Fun Science Crafts for Kids you can Make at Home
Rubina Khan saved to education
The newly crowned Miss America 2020, Camille Schrier from Virginia, did a chemistry demonstration for her talent. It was an elaborate version of the classic elephant toothpaste experiment. This was the first time a Miss America participant has ever won with a science experiment for their talent. Unfortunately, I have seen people criticize her talent […]
Janis Frounfelker Ward saved to Kids
Making rock candy is a really fun activity for kids that doubles as a great lesson in science .
Irene McClellan saved to Fun for Sebastian
Best science experiment ever! Make a fantastic eruption with hydrogen peroxide, yeast, soap, and food coloring! This science project is perfect for science shows for all ages: preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school! Even adults enjoy this one!
Alison Davis saved to Toddler learning activities
Find out what an underwater volcano eruption may look like through this fun, hands-on experiment! It's a really cool science activity for kids to discover what happens when you mix warm and cold water while learning about volcanoes at the same time.
Valebella Jewelry Designs saved to Makerspace
Because you don't want to hear them whine about being bored.
Vic Luke saved to Kids activities
Learn a changing matter experiment you can easily do at school that is perfect for 2nd grade. This properties of matter ice cream in a bag science experiment is a delicious demonstration of temperature changes matter that students can eat at the end!
Katharine Henley saved to teaching
This warmer weather brings out everyone’s favorite pastimes: Bubbles!
Kerry Bennink Beachy saved to Science
This Disappearing Eggshell Activity is a fun egg science experiment for kids of all ages. You can also use this as a letter "E" activity or spring study.
This crushing cans science experiment is an exciting way to demonstrate the power of air pressure. Make soda cans instantly collapse.
Sara B saved to Summer 2023