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How to test for acids and bases? In this activity you and your child can make your own indicator from red cabbage!
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
Develop your child's green thumb with this easy planting activity. These plants are guaranteed to grow fast and are 'brown-thumb' proofed!
Plants, Animals & the Earth
Nature Activities
Get your sense of humor ready for this fun science experiment that demonstrates the fundamental physics of air pressure.
Physical Science
Third Grade
Here's a fourth grade science craft with lots of benefits: it's good for birds, good for your child's learning, and good for the planet, too.
Life Science
Fourth Grade
Looking for a way to help your teen explore the fun side of physics? How about a round of Saturday morning cartoons?
Physical Science
High School
Crystals are a very special structure. In this third grade activity, your child will learn how to grow salt crystals.
Earth & Space Science
Third Grade
For your budding first grade scientist, all you need is some simple, natural materials to create an amazing ant farm. Here's how to get started.
Life Science
First Grade
Help your kindergarten science maven explore the water cycle without getting everything wet.
Weather & Seasons
Kindergarten
Here's an experiment that will have your child experimenting with cake ingredients to learn about the chemical reactions that happen when a cake's in the oven.
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
This educated-guessing game is great for preschoolers. This activity helps your child work on her reasoning skills.
Life Science
Nature Activities
Before digital cameras, before Polaroids, there was the original pinhole camera. Build a pinhole camera and see what true vintage photography looks like!
Physical Science
High School
Your child will begin to recognize written color names as she looks at the different patterns and matches them up with the correct colors.
Colors
Preschool
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:
Chemistry
Middle School
Here's a classic celery science experiment that uses celery and food coloring to demonstrate how plants absorb water.
Physical Science
First Grade
Help your child understand surface tension by showing her how she can create a 'skin' on top of water.
Physical Science
Fifth Grade

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