Use this science experiment to teach your second grader how dark colored clothing retains more heat than light colored clothing!
Fun family tree project for kids to explore their heritage and family background.
Kids learn all about static electricity as they separate salt and pepper--using only a plastic spoon!
Your child can experience what it was like for Michelangelo while he was painting his masterpiece with the use of the kitchen table â and some imagination!
Your second grader will love this simple soda bottle race car activity. Make a ramp and customize your car for an entertaining way to learn scientific concepts.
Want to make lightning? This science experiment creates an electrical charge that's like a mini lightning bolt! Safe, tame, but fun.
In this activity, have your second grader practice measuring by finding the height, weight, and length of her most treasured toy!
Your second grader will delight in creating an extraterrestrial vehicle from goods found around the house. There's no telling where her imagination will go!
Your child will do a fun science experiment using soap and pepper flakes to help understand the concepts of water molecules and the surface tension of water.