DIY Solar Oven Cooking S'mores

How to Make a DIY Solar Oven

Learn how to make a DIY solar oven that works! With just a cardboard box and other common household items, you can make yummy s’mores with your own solar oven.

Water Bead Lava Lamp Bubbles

Rainbow Water Bead Lava Lamp Experiment

This DIY rainbow water bead lava lamp experiment will wow your kids! After you play with water beads, use them to learn the chemical reaction between sodium bicarbonate and water.

Skeleton Handprint X-Ray Craft (1)

Easy Skeleton Handprint X-Ray Craft for Kids

Learn about the human anatomy with this easy skeleton handprint x-ray craft for kids. After you finish, hang it up at a window and look at it with the sunlight shining through the paper just as a doctor would with a light box!

Water Toothpicks Trick

Magic Water Toothpick Star Trick

With just toothpicks and water, you can wow your children with this toothpick star trick plus teach them about capillary action.

Germinate Seeds in a Bag

Growing Beans in a Bag: Seed Germination Experiment

Your kids will love growing beans in a bag because they can watch the beans go through the different stages of the plant life cycle. It’s an easy and interactive way to teach your kids about plant biology!

Floating Ball Experiment

Floating Ball Experiment: Bernoulli’s Principle for Kids

With just paper, bendy straw, scissors, and tape, you can make a ping-pong ball, styrofoam ball, or foil ball levitate in mid-air! Your kids will love doing this Floating Ball Experiment that demonstrates Bernoulli’s Principle over and over again!

Apple Scented Slime

How to Make Red Apple-Scented Slime

This apple-scented slime is easy to make and a great science experiment and sensory play to do with your child in the fall. Try it with other fun apple-themed fall activities!

Red Cabbage pH Indicator Add Cabbage Juice

Red Cabbage Indicator Science Experiment

Whether or not you like red cabbage, you can use the red cabbage juice as a pH indicator to determine whether a liquid is an acid or base. It’s a fun and easy science experiment that your kids will enjoy!

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