Making rainbow bubble snakes is a perfect summer time activity. Just remember to blow air out and not suck in, or else you’re eating bubbles!
We get hungry, we eat, our body does something with that food, the waste leaves our body...but what happens to that food while it’s in there? How does our body use it for energy?
Take playing with your food to the next level with this fun activity! Create beautiful color swirls in milk with just two ingredients - soap and food coloring.
Watch the magic of color-changing flowers unfold before your eyes and learn how plants gain vital nutrients through drinking water.
Butterflies will be right outside your door when you set up this quick and easy butterfly feeder!
Have you ever wondered what elephants brush their teeth with? Well this science experiment will help you find out!
Science Stop: Each tiny bubble made in this foamy experiment is filled with oxygen. The yeast acts as a catalyst, or helper, to remove the oxygen from the hydrogen peroxide...Read more
Making bath bombs can be a fun way to liven up bath time! This galaxy bath bomb activity will make your bathtub seem like an out-of-this-world oasis.
Roll the dice and cover the spots on your giraffe. First one to cover all their giraffe’s spots, wins!What You’ll Need: White printer paper Giraffe outline (find a free one online!) or ability to freehand draw a giraffe Black marker Colored markers Dice...Read more
Animals don’t have winter coats in the arctic, so how do they stay warm in the frigid water? Teach your child about blubber with this fun, easy experiment they are sure to love.
After spending some time at the playground, soccer field, or in the backyard, it can be easy to see the dirt on our hands. What you can’t see are the invisible-to-your-eye germs that accumulate on your hands throughout the day.
With the help from a little scientist and some around-the-house ingredients, inflate a balloon without air or helium!
With a few household ingredients, anyone can be a scientist. Learn about density by creating a beautiful rainbow jar.
Visits to the local library are a great way to keep the spirit of learning alive for your kids during their summer break.
Learning about the body can be fun! Try this life-sized organ activity to help your kids learn about their body and the role different parts play.
Baking soda and vinegar reactions are a mainstay of many cool science experiments, but did you know they can even make rice dance?
Trying to get your child to practice math doesn’t have to be a pain. Create a fun, colorful puzzle for them to solve instead.
What could be more fun than sending a marshmallow flying through the air? This great activity also incorporates math and engineering.
The Olympics are a great opportunity to teach your child about other countries, traditions and sports. The fun doesn’t stop there, though – you can also use our Olympic medal tracker to trigger your child’s interest in math and numbers!
This project will help your child learn about design and structure, as well as cause-and-effect.
Do you want to learn how it rains? This is the perfect hands-on science activity to see just how awesome weather can be!What You’ll Need: Food coloring Water A clear jar Shaving cream Plastic pipettes Instructions: Mix a few drops of food coloring into some water and set it aside. Fill...Read more
Watch as the veins of cabbage leaves turn bright colors and demonstrate how plants consume water!
With this activity, you’ll test your math and music skills to build your very own instrument. With only four materials, you can play your favorite songs and perform a concert for family and friends!
Sharing secret messages with friends and family can be fun. With our fun decoder activity, you can now create secreted coded messages that only someone with the decoder can decipher.
Build your own “snowball” launcher and see how far you can launch different household items!
This cool science activity demonstrates the chemical reaction between vinegar and baking soda. Make sure you step outside to try it out!Read more
Make your own tornado-in-a-bottle! You can keep the filled bottle and come back to it again and again for more cyclone-making, once the water settles.
Whether you have a kiddie pool or are splashing in the lake – this game is a fun way to practice spelling in the sun!