Rain Cloud in a Jar

Rain Cloud in a Jar

Making a rain cloud in a jar is a fun and easy way to teach children how it rains.  Kids will love the magical wow factor and YOU'LL love the easy prep! Check out the simple step-by-step below and then join The Plato Pack so you can access DOZENS more jaw dropping...

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Honey Science

Honey Science

This sweet honey science freebie is the perfect way to teach kids about bees! Scroll below to grab your freebies and buzz over and grab our ladybug lifecycle for even more science fun. This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready Prepping was easy! I...

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Expanding Ivory Soap Experiment

Expanding Ivory Soap Experiment

If you're looking for some good clean fun, this classic expanding Ivory soap experiment 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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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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Oreo Moon Phases

Oreo Moon Phases

My little astronomers love observing the night sky! After they asked how the moon shrunk and grew, I knew it was the perfect time to teach them about the moon's phases with this oh-so-yummy Oreo moon phases activity. Who knew science could be so tasty?! Getting Ready...

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PEEPs® Homemade Slime Recipe

PEEPs® Homemade Slime Recipe

Spring is a time for flowers, rainbows, warmer temperatures... and PEEPs®! Whether you're in the mood for a quick science experiment with major cool factor or you want a fun afternoon project to keep the kids entertained, our homemade PEEPs® slime is sure to do the...

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Will It Sink or Float?

Will It Sink or Float?

This simple sink or float science experiment is great for kids of all ages! It's a fun way to work on making predictions, testing hypotheses and drawing conclusions. And, as a big bonus, it's perfect for Valentine's Day. Snag your set below and then hop over and grab...

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Easter Egg Rockets

Easter Egg Rockets

Did you know that you can launch Easter egg rockets up into the air with just a couple of common household materials?!  The kids will not only love this egg-citing science activity, they will also learn about the cool chemical reaction that makes it happen. With lots...

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Magic Blooming Flower Kids’ STEM Activity

Magic Blooming Flower Kids’ STEM Activity

Does your preschooler love surprises? Mine sure does! This simple kids' STEM activity 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...

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Glowing Bouncy Egg Experiment

Glowing Bouncy Egg Experiment

What could be better than making a naked bouncing egg?! Making a glowing one, of course!  This bouncy egg experiment teaches little scientists about egg anatomy and osmosis and takes just a few minutes to set up.  It seriously egg-citing! Getting Ready To prep, I...

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Dancing Cranberries

Dancing Cranberries

Experimenting with dancing cranberries is the perfect simple fall science activity for kids. It's the perfect compliment to our Super Cool Science Kit! Getting Started Setting up for our cranberries dance was fast and easy. We gathered three things: a clear cup, some...

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Color Changing Flowers

Color Changing Flowers

It's easy to see how plants drink water by doing this simple science experiment: Color Changing Flowers. Learn about plant biology and create a beautiful flower rainbow the kids will love. It's a must-try kids' plant experiment! Getting Ready This experiment can be...

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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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Walking Water Rainbow Science Experiment

Walking Water Rainbow Science Experiment

Let's make a walking water rainbow! There's no better way for little scientists to learn about capillary action and color mixing than by making water walk (yes - walk!) in this colorful rainbow science experiment. This science experiment is a favorite of ours because...

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Sprout House

Sprout House

Spring is just around the corner and my kiddos are itching to start planting seeds.  Our  little DIY sprout house made from sponges had my kids giddy with excitement.  Combining engineering and science into one awesome project was a motivating way...

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Leprechaun Toothpaste

Leprechaun Toothpaste

This green leprechaun toothpaste is a must-try science activity this St. Patrick's Day. Even leprechauns need to brush their teeth after a long day of chasing rainbows, looking for gold and pulling pranks! What's more, it's the perfect compliment to our Super Cool...

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Minty Fizzing Snowballs

Minty Fizzing Snowballs

Looking to bring a little wintery coolness to bath time? Grab your little chemists and whip up a batch of these minty fizzing snowballs! Follow the simple step-by-step below and then hop over and grab 5 more Christmas STEM challenges your students will actually ASK to...

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Snowball Shooters

Snowball Shooters

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 Science

Christmas Science

Do you need a little magical Christmas science? This simple and VERY cool 5-minute science activity is a must-try! Young scientists will be in awe as they watch festive stripes of red and green magically stretch across their plate as water reacts with the sugar on the...

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Pumpkin Volcano

Pumpkin Volcano

Fall is in the air so it's the perfect time to make a magically erupting (surprisingly simple!) pumpkin volcano. Check out the simple step-by-step below and then hop over and grab our mega pack of kid-approved science experiments in our shop or on Teachers Pay...

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