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When the wind starts blowing, you and your child can plant a sponge garden in the comfort of your own kitchen. Here's how:
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This plaster fossil activity is a fun supplement to preschool science. Use plaster to make imprints of your child's handprints, footprints and other objects!
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Aquariums are usually reserved for fish, but this aquarium will contain creatures from your child's imagination!
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How can you tell the difference between a spider and an insect? Your child will find out as he makes a tray of yummy creepy crawly snacks.
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Make these homemade shell fossils and introduce your child to the wonders of science!
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Help your preschooler practice observing and experimenting with this exciting activity where she'll get to examine objects below the water's surface!
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Learning about how plants grow is a building block in the preschool curriculum. Put a fun twist on this science concept with these cup pets.
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Make frog feet sponge prints with your child for a fun and educational crafts activity.
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Baking these fun cookies will introduce your child to the concept of cross-sections.
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Make this easy composting dessert and then enjoy the yummy results!
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Teach your preschooler about healthy foods and how to make a meal that is good for her with this fun activity that you both can do together.
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Give your child a chance to experiment with how things grow. And throw in something extra to up the fun factor even more...her very own grass pet!
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This slightly messy, but tons-of-fun tactile activity will cement the idea of the land and water as pictured on maps in your young learner's mind.
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Help your little one figure out the differences between the worlds of air, land and water, a huge step in understanding how our environment works.
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A homemade food pyramid poster will challenge your child to eat healthier. Soon he'll be asking for vegetables instead of boycotting them!
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This art-project-turned-anatomy-lesson will give your child a larger than life model for scientific scrutiny, right down to the movable legs!
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Help your child hunt and capture bugs to observe to practice important science skills and satisfy her curiosity simultaneously!
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The garden is the perfect place to practice math and science with preschoolers. Get digging (and counting, sorting, observing at the same time!)
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In the mood for a bit of silly science? Help your child create a truly one-of-a-kind planter out of a potato head!
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Roasting pumpkin seeds makes for a great Halloween activity, and a healthy snack!

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