Elf Secret Message Decoder

Elf Secret Message Decoder

Mischievous little elves leaving encrypted notes for your kiddos? No problem! With this handy dandy Elf Secret Decoder, your little detectives can crack those codes and unlock the secrets of Santa's little helpers. Our free elf decoders are the perfect compliment...

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Agamograph Valentines

Agamograph Valentines

If you've never heard of an agamograph, you're not alone. I had no idea what they were. But like me,  you've probably been amazed by them before. An agamograph is a kinetic image created by artist Yaccov Agam that changes based on the angle of the viewer. My little...

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Möbius Strip Hearts

Möbius Strip Hearts

If you thought the heart was the most romantic shape, then it's time to meet the Möbius strip.  When two of these famous mathematical surfaces are placed together, you'll end up with two interlocking hearts.  Nothing says "I love you" better than a little mathematical...

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Snowflake Geometry

Snowflake Geometry

When you think of snowflakes, I bet geometrical shapes aren't the first things to come to mind. But because of the chemical structure of water, every tiny flake actually starts out as a hexagonal prism. My curious kiddos loved studying the close up images of real...

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Amazing Expanding Ivory Soap

Amazing Expanding Ivory Soap

If you're looking for some good clean fun, this classic expanding Ivory soap activity won't disappoint.  Curious little scientists will be amazed as a bar of Ivory soap grows in a matter of seconds.  So stock up on those Ivory soap bars because your kiddos will be...

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Snowball Shooter

Snowball Shooter

These oh so cute snowball shooters are a snap to make and are a hilariously fun way to explore some key concepts in physics. They are the perfect compliment to our Force and Motion Activity Pack! Getting Ready To make each snowball shooter, we grabbed: Toilet paper...

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Christmas Tree Geoboard

Christmas Tree Geoboard

This Christmas tree geoboard is a fun way to help little mathematicians explore shapes and geometry while they strengthen those little fingers.  Often seen in preschool classrooms, geoboards are an amazing math manipulative that helps explore not only shapes, but...

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Magnetic Paper Plate Maze

Magnetic Paper Plate Maze

Add the challenge of a maze to the magical appeal of magnets and you have a fun STEM activity that will have your  inquisitive little scientists begging for more.  It's a good thing these mazes are easy to adapt for multiple levels, since magnets seem to attract no...

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Magic Rainbow Toothpick Star

Magic Rainbow Toothpick Star

This super simple but oh-so-magical kids' science experiment had my kiddos mesmerized and was a fun way to learn about capillary action.  Stock up on toothpicks because this trick will have little scientists begging you to do it again and again! It's the perfect...

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Minty Fizzing Snow Balls

Minty Fizzing Snow Balls

Looking to bring a little wintery coolness to your kiddos next bath time? Then grab your little chemists and whip up a batch of these spectacularly fun minty fizzy snowballs! They're the perfect compliment to our Super Cool Science Kit! This post contains Amazon...

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