Making baking soda fizz and bubble is one of the easiest experiments you can put together — and it’s so fun. Try a little rainbow science by adding just one little thing to the classic experiment. The best part about this easy experiment? Somehow each and every time I set this experiment up, the kids are delighted. Actually, I think it’s pretty cool, too! How to
Kitchen science experiments popular for a reason – kids love seeing ingredients they are used to using act (and react!) in new and surprising ways. This fizzy lemonade science experiment is a great example of that – and best of all they can even taste the experiment – before and after (although the after is not as tasty…) Fizzy Lemonade Science set up lemon juice
Super easy science projects that you can do today are my very favorite kind. Especially when the science you’re using seems like magic – as it does when your kids take their night-time water glass learn how to use it to keep a piece of paper dry in water! Easy and awesome science projects are our favorite – check out all our favorite simple science ideas.
Science experiments that look like magic are always big hits! And with this pepper experiment, all the ingredients are things that everyone has in their kitchen, so you can do it TODAY! Science Experiment Set Up pie tin water ground pepper liquid dish soap OR a bar of soap Add the water to the pie tin. Then sprinkle the pepper on the water — really cover
Sink or float experiments are so easy to set up. It’s what I set up when I really, really need a few minutes. Because it takes practically no time to set up and can be done with anything (well, anything you don’t mind getting dunked in water!). Set Up the Sink or Float Experiment plastic tub (it’s best if it’s clear) water school supplies: pencil,
Looking for the perfect rainy afternoon idea? Do you know how to make a hovercraft? It’s an easy science project you can do using things you have at home. How to Make A Hovercraft top from a sports top bottle balloon old CD hot glue gun Grab the top from an empty sports top bottle (and clean it!). Then use crazy glue to glue it
If you haven’t tried the Ivory soap experiment yet, you have to do it now! All you need is a bar of Ivory soap, a microwave-safe dish, and a microwave! First hand your children the bar of Ivory soap. Let them feel it, and talk about what it feels like. Is it solid? soft? hard? smooth? rough? Then ask them what they think will happen
Super simple science experiments are great after school activities! Try this orange science experiment, which takes the usual sink or float experiment to the next level. Orange Science Experiment Orange (or 2) bowl of water (clear bowls work best) Ask the kids what they think will happen when the orange is put in the water. Then let them drop the orange into the water. Next
Teaching through play is our favorite way to learn math and science concepts. Fizz, Pop, Bang! an e-book that just launched is packed with playful ideas for math and science play. I’m so excited to share it with you! Why You Will Love This Book This ebook is seriously fun. It’s packed with hands-on ways to enjoy math and science. It’s not math and science in isolation.
Today Trisha from Inspiration Laboratories is sharing a set of ideas that combine two of our favorite activities – science and picture books! Trisha, who wrote the A to Z’s of science for kids, has tons of fun kids activities on her site – be sure to pop over there and try out a few! There are two things we love the most in our house