Pumpkin STEM Structures

Pumpkin STEM Structures

The kids loved using our STEM challenge cards to build toothpick and playdough structures a couple months ago so I was eager to pull them out again. This time though, I wanted to add in a fun fall-themed twist, so I swapped out our playdough for a bag of candy...

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Magic Blooming Flower

Magic Blooming Flower

Does your preschooler love surprises? Mine sure does! This simple STEM project is a fun science and art activity in one. Children will beg to watch their handmade paper flowers magically unfold over and over again! Getting Started To make our magic blooming flower, we...

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Apple Life Cycle Book

Apple Life Cycle Book

I love teaching about apples at the beginning of the school year. It's a perfect way to introduce life cycles and students are always amazed at how a tiny seed can grow into a huge apple tree! Scroll down to grab your free life cycle book and then make sure to hop...

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Scientific Method Posters

Scientific Method Posters

The Scientific Method is the process researchers use to complete science experiments and find answers to scientific questions. These colorful, kid-friendly posters bring the process alive for young scientists as they work through all six steps: asking a question,...

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Leak Proof Bag

Leak Proof Bag

Can you poke a hole in a bag full of water without losing even one drop? Once you learn the science behind this leak proof bag experiment, you'll be ready to poke holes in a bag full of water while holding it over somebody's head! It's the perfect compliment to our...

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Exploding Baggie

Exploding Baggie

Combining baking soda and vinegar is a classic science experiment that is a guaranteed crowd pleaser every single time. But mix the two ingredients in a sealed plastic baggie and the excitement goes through the roof! The exploding baggie science trick is sure to knock...

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Diving Squid Science

Diving Squid Science

Mad scientists will love this awesome twist on the classic sink or float science experiment! Using only a few supplies, kids can make a Squidy that magically dives and rises with just a squeeze of the hand. This post contains Steve Spangler affiliate links. Getting...

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Magic Milk Fireworks

Magic Milk Fireworks

Magic Milk Fireworks are a surprisingly simple Fourth of July science activity that kids will beg to repeat over and over again. With just a few common ingredients, they'll turn ordinary milk into an explosion of  red, white and blue fireworks. It's perfect for...

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DIY Smart Phone Projector

DIY Smart Phone Projector

Wondering what to do with your overflowing recycling bin? This oh-so-cool DIY smart phone projector will inspire little engineers to turn recyclables into inventions. There's no stopping the possibilities in a simple cardboard box! Check out the simple step-by-step...

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Magic Crystal Butterfly

Magic Crystal Butterfly

Growing crystals is always a science activity my kids love. Combine crystals with their love of butterflies and we get a magic crystal butterfly - a winning science activity! This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready The first thing we needed to do...

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