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Increase your preschooler's observation skills with this fun and colorful science experiment!
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This activity is a great introduction to polymer chemistry. It might seem complicated, but all you'll need is the material found inside of a baby's diaper!
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Magic, science, or household cleanser? Let your second grader decide with this practical, nontoxic chemistry experiment with acids and bases.
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It's food. It's Thanksgiving tradition. And guess what: Cranberry Sauce is also science! Try our simple recipe/experiment.
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Explore aromas with your child and help boost her brain power with some fun and interactive science activities.
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This kindergarten science activity will help her explore the changing states of matter which transform an egg from raw to soft to hard-boiled.
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Help your child build her very own science laboratory at home for experiments and science projects. This is a quick, easy, and fun educational tool!
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Your child will learn science and make a fun new malleable toy with this balloon sandbag science experiment.
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... that our beloved evergreen trees come in all sorts of sizes, with all sorts of needles and cones. Challenge your young scientist to explore these tree species with our...
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.... Your child will be excited to learn about the science of air and water pressure, the logic behind this wizardry. A word to the wise: This experiment can get a bit wet...
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... painter’s tape spider web. You can make it in an open doorway, a hula hoop or a large picture frame. All you need is something large and open to support the web...
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... up so that they are all easily visible. Next your young scientist will gently add two pieces of candy to each container of liquid. Be careful not to splash or spill...
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...Guide your teen through some spring cleaning science. He'll gain insight into the scientific method and familiarize himself with the pros and cons of cleaning...
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...They're crisp. They're sweet. And they are even cool science! Make meringues with your first grader and see how states of matter can transform before your very...
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... pennies can fit into the boat before it sinks! Your child will have a great time refining his science skills, while mastering the concept of capacity. What You...
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... planetary material. Complex understanding of concepts like mass and volume will follow in years to come, but right now, you are helping your child gain hands-on, common sense familiarity with how all this works in the real world. kindergarten science...
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... sugar isn't melted at all. But as the sugar melts, there will be a distinct change: the entire solution will become clear. Do be sure that you and your child stir...
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... your ability to “sweet-talk” her into learning science vocabulary. What You Need: Pantry and refrigerator items Paper/pencil Clipboard...
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Does your middle school teenager have good reflexes? Gauge his reaction time in this science and math activity that requires only a yardstick and a friend.
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Your kid will be captivated as she watches liquids change color before her very eyes during this fun science project that introduces some chemistry basics.

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