Older Kids Science
Want to give your teen some insight into the scientific method and get the house cleaned? This activity promises both!
Use this lightning diagram to go along with what your child is learning about weather systems in school!
Ever lay on your back to watch the clouds? With this cloud chart you and your little scientist can identify the different types of cloud formations.
Kids practice classifying items as liquids or solids for a lesson on the states of matter in this 4th grade physical science worksheet.
Try this experiment to give your curious kid a more "solid" understanding of how temperature affects the states of matter.
In this 3rd grade science activity, you'll experiment with the little-known fourth state of matter: polymers! Mix borax with white glue and watch what happens.
Show your child that the simplest ingredients - salt and water - can be used to illustrate the concept of density!
Popsicles aren't just for the summertime, this activity takes cold and turns it into a creative and tasty science experiment.
In this activity, your child will make her own "quicksand" to better understand how a substance can be both fluid and solid at the same time.