Here's a fun and magical art activity, where kids paint an invisible picture that can only be revealed when painted over with watercolors!
This homemade parachute toy is incredibly easy to build. Plus, it gives kids an excuse to investigate and experiment...the backbone of kindergarten science.
Here's a great activity that uses corks and toothpicks to create a fleet of floating boats. Which design makes for the most seaworthy vessel?
Your child will learn science and make a fun new malleable toy with this balloon sandbag science experiment.
This simple "how to make a water wheel" activity makes physics come alive for your child by demonstrating how different kinds of energy work.
Show your child how and why the microwave works, while demonstrating just how strangely foods can behave while inside the crazy cooker.
Explore the chemistry of latex polymers with this outrageous, hilarious science activity.
Have your child build his own mini waterfall, and help him develop his planning, problem solving, and architectural skills.
An hour glass, also known as a sand clock, keeps time. In this activity, your child will make her own sand clock and measure the time it keeps.
This taste buds science experiment demonstrates how strongly our sense of smell controls what we taste.