Science activities engage and intrigue kids in ways not possible by other topics. Hands-on science experiments are even better. Get kids moving and involved in the science lesson and you’re on your way. You’ve created a lifelong scientist! Exploring science rarely takes many out of the ordinary materials, often materials you can find around your home. […]
Easy Science for Kids
These posts include fun & easy science for kids including science experiments, science projects, and loads more ideas for toddler, preschoolers, kindergarten, and elementary ages kids.
STEM products for kids rule my world these days. And that is okay with me. The other day my seven-year-old ran up to me. “Mom, check THIS out!” He had created a circuit using Snap Circuits to play music. That excitement, my friends, was music to my ears. I smile as he went on and on […]
A classic science activity for kids is the Fruit Battery. Fruit electricity is a fascinating science experiment for kids! Learning about Electricity can happen early on in life and can happen with the lemon battery! Yes! Seriously! You can create electricity from a piece of a fruit… …and well, a few other items. If you have never […]
Newton’s Laws for kids are spectacular. What is Newton’s Laws for Kids? Oh, you’re in for a treat! ‘Science seems almost too good to be true. Even for us adults. Science across the board is not only amazing but can be performed or observed easily and inexpensively. Remember when we learned about electricity? How about our […]
I am over on Playdough to Plato’s blog today share fun ideas to learn about the science of sound. Not only will kids learn a ton of really cool information, they will get their bodies moving and no doubt be inspired to want to discover more science. This activity ideal for a kindergarten and older […]
Have you heard of Playdough to Plato? It is an amazing resource for parents and teachers. Malia, the founder, is ridiculously talented at designed effective and beautiful printables for preschool, kindergarten, and lower elementary aged children. I am really excited to be a part of the Playdough to Plato team as a Science contributor. Once […]