Red wriggler worms love to munch on things that you'd never want to eat for lunch, such as leaves and rotten vegetables. But what kind of items do worms like to eat best? Find out with this simple, fun compost project.
Help your child make a recycling poster for your household and teach her how to take care of the environment!
Help your child make a beautiful homemade sandcastle that will last!
Use simple materials to build a "worm hotel" with your kindergarten soil scientist...and see what worms really do all day.
This clay "painting" activity encourages and supports creative development and critical thinking skills.
Want to boost math and science learning? Take a bug expedition and give your first grader practice observing and charting what he sees.
Using a glass fishbowl, you and your kids can create a low-humidity, open-topped terrarium perfect for easy care, drought-tolerant succulents.
How do you tell time without a watch? Use the sun! This simple activity will show your child how to build his own sundial.
Hatch a praying mantis egg case in a homemade habitat with your child's help! This is an amazing experiment in science and nature for kids of any age.