Did you know that an elevator is actually one of the six simple machines? Help your child understand how the pulley works.
Wedge your way into physics fun! You and your child can learn a bit about one of the six simple machines with this worksheet all about the wedge.
With this activity, watch coal turn into crystals right before your eyes, and learn some science along the way!
Clouds are formed when warm and cold air meet. Here's a way for kids to see it all up close!
A silly and active game that teaches children about animal (and human) habitats and environments.
Use this fun project to create unique works of art using the power of the sun! This is a great science and art project to do on a sunny day!
These flash cards serve as an intro to life science, but also help with counting skills and sequential ordering.
This cute worksheet asks your first grader to write down each part of the human body--encouraging research on life science and boosting his spelling ability!
In this fun activity, kids practice measurement and boost fine motor skills as they learn all about how fossils form and even make a few of their own!
Make an edible play dough with your child to help her develop her sensory and motor skills.
Use simple household stuff to bring the science of ocean waves home to your kindergartener.
Celebrate April showers with a springtime arts and crafts activity: make sparkly, shiny Razzle Dazzle raindrop art with your kindergartener.
This science project lets kids explore what happens when water and paper interact, and it produces homemade paper perfect for gift tags or stationery.
This preschool activity provides a hands-on way for your child to illustrate how the trees look during each season of the year. Here's how:
Kids become young meteorologists as they make their own rain gauge to measure and predict rainfall in their own backyard.
A homemade food pyramid poster will challenge your child to eat a healthier diet! Soon he'll be asking for vegetables instead of boycotting them!
Learn how to grow an avocado plant indoors with your 1st grader in this hands-on gardening activity.
This plaster fossil activity is a fun supplement to preschool science. Use plaster to make imprints of your child's handprints and footprints and other objects!
Here's a science and nature activity to help your kindergartener get outdoors and learn about the structure of leaves.
Show your middle schooler how a quick whirl of spinach in the blender will reveal the cobwebby "stuff"--or DNA--of life!
Experiment with buoyancy to learn how a submarine rises and sinks in this classic science experiment.
Help your preschooler clue into categories with this adorable worksheet! It asks her to cut out each pretty picture, and then glue it into its proper spot.
This second grade arts and crafts activity is all about caterpillars emerging from their cocoons as butterflies.
The process of creating this scale model will stick with your child... into infinity!