Help your preschooler explore the effects of light and shadow, and make a pretty sun print at the same time!
A fun activity for a hot day, this will give young kids a chance to experiment with beginning science and math â and splash around in the process!
Teach your child about using pumps to move water in this simple and educational preschool science activity!
With this activity, your child can write an invisible letter that will appear as if by magic when exposed to heat.
Dye a flower! This preschool science activity is an inventive and colorful way to introduce your child to the physics and biology of capillary action.
In this activity, your child fills jars with water to learn about acoustics, and practices mixing colors to form a rainbow of colors and sounds.
Increase your preschooler's observation skills with this fun and colorful science experiment!
Tin can phones offer something modern versions don't - a fun project to make with a friend, and a dramatic illustration of vibration and sound waves.
Make homemade lemonade in a baggie with your preschooler with this fun and easy recipe.
Make a periscope with milk cartons and mirrors! This preschool activity is great for playing secret agent and learning simple physics.
Help your child hunt and capture bugs to observe to practice important science skills and satisfy her curiosity simultaneously!
This homemade parachute toy is incredibly easy to build. Plus, it gives kids an excuse to investigate and experiment...the backbone of kindergarten science.
Use this activity to create your very own scented hand sanitizer and teach your child to keep germs at bay!
This recipe makes bubbles that not only blow up nice and big, but do tricks and experiments! How do you do it? It's not a secret, it's science!
Use simple materials to build a "worm hotel" with your kindergarten soil scientist...and see what worms really do all day.