Activities for Kids

Looking for kids activities to show your child the fun side of learning? From science experiments and math games to writing projects and more, we've got you covered!

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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!
Fourth Grade
Physical Science
Young engineers will build a rocket ship, a bridge, and more with these fun construction activities. Try these projects on a summer's day when you want to practice STEM skills or just have fun! These activities are part of the Summer Learning Adventures.
Arts & Crafts
Here's a thought-provoking activity to make new vocabulary words 'stick' in the mind of your young learner.
Second Grade
It's always fun to recycle household items into something great. Here's a quick and easy way to turn a used juice box into a police radio for hours of play!
First Grade
Community & Cultures
Take physics learning outdoors with these epic experiments about motion, gravity, friction and other forces of physics.
Fifth Grade
Physical Science
Calling all mad scientists! Set up a home chemistry lab in the kitchen to explore slime, acids and bases, and even make your own homemade frozen yogurt.
Fifth Grade
Physical Science
Instead of heading to the craft store, take a step back in time and restock your art supply with this easy recipe for homemade ink.
First Grade
Explore the fascinating properties of wax with these eight waxy crafts, fit for your little chemist.
Second Grade
Construction & Sculpture
This potato cannon activity teaches your middle schooler about the principle of Boyle's Law. Make a potato cannon and have a blast learning about science.
Middle School
Physical Science
What's a crater, and how does it happen? Here's a kindergarten experiment with safe, nontoxic ingredients.
Plants, Animals & the Earth
A fun activity for a hot day, this will give young kids a chance to experiment with beginning science and math รข and splash around in the process!
Simple Experiments
Show your child that the simplest ingredients (salt and water) can be used to illustrate the concept of density!
Fourth Grade
Physical Science
Want to build your child's literary repertoire with tools like foreshadowing and description? Try a spooky Halloween story!
Fourth Grade
Teenagers will love the look of this retro lamp and the fascinating process of making it.
Middle School
Recycled Crafts

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