This activity will introduce your child to the four different components of blood and give him a fun way to visualize its properties.
Your fifth grader can make your own fossils at home with a little modeling clay and glue.
Conduct a simple science experiment to see if flowers from your garden pass the acid-base indicator test with this exciting chemistry activity.
Learn how to make marbleized paper with simple everyday ingredients in this fun activity! Your child will learn about oil and water while doing this project.
The papier-mâché volcano is a science project classic and fun for kids of any age. Follow these simple instructions, add baking soda and vinegar, and voila!
In this activity, your kid will watch coal turn into crystals right before her very eyes, and learn some science along the way!
Ever heard of phototropism? Here's a fun activity you can do at home with your kids to explore this fascinating plant adaptation.
Wondering how to help your child get a handle on prime numbers? Why not turn her into a prime number hunter?
Teach your fifth grader the ancient Japanese art of origami with this incredible origami balloon that uses just one piece of paper!
In this 7th grade science experiment, your child will test the strength of hollow structures in order to understand how strong bird bones really are.