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... work hard to encourage an all-natural lifestyle for their kids. But for literal-minded kids, it's a stretch to understand how many of the manufactured products...
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Using plants and other items from the outdoors and clothing they already own, your kids can dress up as any one of the four seasons or simply as a Garden.
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How sensitive is your skin? Here's a fourth grade science experiment that lets your child figure it out.
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First graders learn the six parts of a plant...but do they really understand? Try this plant-themed meal plan to bring school science into the home.
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... grader’s life, too!  Here’s a real-life science activity that explores wind speed. Your child can use it to learn about big winds that make the news...
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...Wool has some cool characteristics. Invite your child to test the science of wool by performing a wool and synthetic sock comparison! Why do sheep never catch colds...
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This science exploration lets your first grader see how eggs can provide a perfect environment for a living, growing creature.
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First graders are learning to think like scientists. What better place to start, then by raising tadpoles? This hands-on activity explores science in action!
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After completing this fun science project, your child will have a better understanding of plants, and she may even develop a green thumb in the process!
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This easy Halloween-themed science experiment for first-graders is perfect for chilly October afternoons or great as a Halloween party activity.
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Bring back the groovy memories by making shrinky dinks using household materials, while learning about the science of plastics. Here's how to get started:
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What's a liquid? What's a solid? What better way to experiment, than by turning a kid favorite, ice cream, into a homemade science lesson!
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Make a kindergarten "discovery table" that reinforces both science and writing skills. Here's how:
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Observe with your third grader what happens when food starts to decompose, and boost science skills simultaneously with this experiment!
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Teach your child how to accessorize the environmental way!
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... can have a delicious batch of "Toffee Science" on your hands. Chemical and physical changes in matter are a classic part of elementary science curriculum. Ice...
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... your child loves science or just likes to be impressed, this activity will have her begging to learn how it's done. Tell your child that you're going to...
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... the air began to swell up some more, and each time the coin lifted and dropped back down, more of the air escaped. science, activity, molecules, science experiment...
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... sad face. Enjoy a snack of apples, grapes and raisins with your child! preschool science, acid, apple, science experiment...
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... a ball out of the paper that can fit inside the bottle’s opening. Ask your child to observe what happened and think about why the paper ball wouldn’t go into the bottle. science, air, experiment, activity...

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