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Your child will be hooked on chemistry after she builds a model volcano by combining an acid and an alkaline substance.
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A homemade lava lamp gives any room a retro flair. Find out how to make a homemade lava lamp, and learn some science too, with this educational activity.
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You don't need to wait for rain to see a rainbow. Make one yourself, and teach your child about light and weather in the process.
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This balloon-powered car project is a great way for your kid to learn about energy and how it can be used efficiently.
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What's the quickest way to separate salt and pepper? Let static electricity do the work! Your child will be fascinated by this simple experiment.
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Try this experiment to give your curious kid a more "solid" understanding of how temperature affects the states of matter.
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An hour glass, also known as a sand clock, keeps time. In this activity, your child will make her own sand clock and measure the time it keeps.
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Put your second grade scientist to work this Fourth of July with our colorful "liquid fireworks" project!
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This taste buds science experiment demonstrates how strongly our sense of smell controls what we taste.
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Chemistry isn't just incredible ... sometimes its edible! These crystal lollipops are a delicious introduction to chemistry concepts.
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This 4th of July, explore fourth grade science and make some safe fireworks in your own backyard using soda pop!
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Show your child how and why the microwave works, while demonstrating just how strangely foods can behave while inside the crazy cooker.
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Create a mini plant habitat with your kid to help teach him what it takes to make an ecosystem work.
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Try this chemistry experiment with your curious kid and get some "shocking" results!
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Show your child that the simplest ingredients (salt and water) can be used to illustrate the concept of density!
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Here's a fun activity that will introduce your fourth grader to the concept of frictionless motion by constructing a hovercraft.
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Wondering how we know that air is there? Here's a quick and easy experiment that proves that air may be thin, but it's not too wimpy to block your shot!
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Try this fun and simple activity to help nurture your child's observation skills and nourish a growing love of science!
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Deck the halls with last season's Christmas lights for a spectacular and electrifying science activity.
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The next time you've got a restless second grade earth scientist on your hands, use this experiment to demonstrate crystals and make a tasty treat, too!

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