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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Oil and Ice Density Experiment

Oil and Ice Density Experiment

Need a fascinating, hands-on way to teach kids about density? You've come to the right spot! This oil and ice density experiment is an easy way to mesmerize students of all ages. Getting Ready Getting the oil and ice density experiment ready was very easy. First we...

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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 (but...

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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! It's the perfect compliment to our Super Cool Science Kit!...

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Valentine’s Day STEAM for Kids

Valentine’s Day STEAM for Kids

Looking for easy to follow and engaging STEAM activities (science, technology, engineering, art and math) for kids this Valentine's Day?! We've got you covered with 14 projects that are great to use as STEM centers, whole class activities, Makerspaces or homeschool...

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Human Body Systems

Human Body Systems

Make it fun for kids to learn about five critical human body systems: circulatory, digestive, muscular, nervous and skeletal! The Human Body Activity Pack includes everything you need to differentiate for kids from preschool through second grade.  Grab your set in our...

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Crystal Heart Science Experiment

Crystal Heart Science Experiment

This simple Valentine's Day science project is a must-try! With just a few ingredients, kids can make a sparkly, gorgeous heart AND learn about chemistry at the same time. Give it a try and then hop over and then make our conversation heart catapults too! This post...

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The Ultimate Guide to STEM Boxes

The Ultimate Guide to STEM Boxes

Whether you're creating Makerspaces, STEM centers or early finisher activities, these tips and tricks make it so easy to pull together effective and engaging STEM boxes in your primary classroom or homeschool. P.S. Grab our popular Endless STEM Challenge Bundle HERE! ...

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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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