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Science activities help little learners of all ages understand important concepts, and these science activities for kids give them the opportunity to discover something completely new. What's more, science activities are fun! Some, like Oobleck, are messy. Others are impressive, like the classic erupting volcano project. Whatever activity you end up trying, your child will be developing new skills as he forms predictions and makes observations. No matter where your child's interests may lie, we have a science experiment that will teach him something cool and make him smile.

For more in-depth experiments and investigations, check out our Science Fair Project Ideas section of the site.

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Who says snow globes are just for winter? Help your child create a summer version with this fun art project!
Weather & Seasons
Kindergarten
Help your child chart how much he has grown over his school break by creating his own tree-shaped Summer Growth Chart.
Simple Experiments
Kindergarten
Help your preschooler explore the effects of light and shadow, and make a pretty sun print at the same time!
Simple Experiments
Colors
Brighten up your home with this fun activity! Make a summer sun print and teach your child the art of easy print making.
Weather & Seasons
Kindergarten
Make a spring collage with your preschooler to get her outside and those creative juices flowing!
Nature Activities
Preschool
Help your child celebrate the summer and the sun by making a sandy seascape.
Nature Activities
Second Grade
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this easy summer activity! Make homemade ice cream and let your child practice his science skills.
Physical Science
First Grade
Here comes the sun! Bask in this array of sunny activities that will keep little hands and minds occupied during even the longest of summer days. From creating your own stained glass design to planting a vegetable garden that will flourish with a little water and a lot of solar power, these ideas for sun-filled fun will fire up your kid's desire to learn more about the fascinating center of our solar system.
Nature Activities
Kindergarten
Take advantage of the spring and summer sun in this arts and crafts activity that has your second grader creating pretty flower prints.
Nature Activities
Second Grade
Summer is a great time to work on pre-kindergarten skills that will serve your child well in her first year at school, while having some fun in the sun!
Plants, Animals & the Earth
Nature Activities
Looking for a fun summer adventure? Learn what it was like to be a prospector during the California Gold Rush by panning for gold in a local creek.
Nature Activities
Fourth Grade
Allow your first grader to get his artwork outdoors this summer by letting him create a garden art box for his arts and crafts supplies.
Nature Activities
First Grade
As far as ideas for heliocentric activities go, this collection features all and sundry. Your kid will be inspired to make crafty creations, brew delicious sun tea, and even try out some outdoor games and experiments that will round out any sunny afternoon plan just perfectly. When you're through, your kid might even lament: Please don't take my sunshine away! Even though the sun is millions of miles away, it sure has an incredible impact.
Earth & Space Science
Third Grade
Trying to find a way to help your preschooler get in touch with nature? This fabulous collection of activities may require a little cleanup, but you're sure to have an all-natural good time.
Nature Activities
Preschool

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