First grade science often covers solids, liquids, and gases. This silly science explores serious facts about the difference between all three.
This simple experiment serves as an introduction to the greenhouse effect.
Here's a fun at-home activity that will help your child strengthen math skills using high and low temperature data, and become a master temperature tracker!
These kid-approved chicken strips are not only easy to make and quick cooking, they're also gluten-free.
Does your middle school teenager have good reflexes? Gauge his reaction time in this science and math activity that requires only a yardstick and a friend.
In this activity, children play the role of an ecologist and take surveys of different areas to discover the best habitat for dandelions.
Boys might wrinkle their noses at the thought of gardening, but we guarantee they'll like this activity! Make a recycled terrarium full of bug-eating plants.
Which do you prefer: real or artificial? Try this sweet little taste experiment to help your kids develop a better awareness of the food they consume.
Get your fifth grader involved in some earth science by helping her plan and create her very own rock collection.
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.