Spider crafts help your child get into the Halloween spirit! Make our spider craft, featuring a spider and its web, this October to decorate for Halloween.
Help your kindergartener identify and sort eight different kinds of common seeds on this "seed wheel" plate you can use all growing season.
Kids grow sunflower greens from seeds for a hands-on gardening experience in this kindergarten life science activity.
This candy wrapper collage is a cool upcycled craft for after Halloween. Make this candy wrapper collage with all of your leftover candy wrappers.
This witches' brew recipe for kids is a cool mix of lemonade, tapioca pearl "eggs," and gummy worms. Try this witches' brew recipe for kids this Halloween.
Help your child rocket off for some high-flying fun with a jet pack you make from recycled materials and a few odds and ends.
Any decent Halloween celebration isn't complete without a cat. Even though this cat has an arched back to look as if it's hissing, it's still cute!
Button art gets your child to make a pretty silhouette out of buttons. Make button art on Valentine's Day and any craft-filled day you'd like.
Every time a sound is produced it emits a sound wave. This experiment demonstrates how sound travels, using nothing more than a spoon and a string!
Bring history to life by helping your child create her own cartouche like the Egyptians did thousands of years ago.
Make environmentally friendly, chemical-free toothpaste using one of the most common, inexpensive pantry staples in the American kitchen: baking soda.
Help your child to make a beautiful Africa mask to help her reinforce important spatial and compositional skills.
Blend art and science in this hands-on activity that shows your kindergartener how primary colors combine to make secondary colors.
Air invisible; it doesn't make sounds; you can't pick it up and throw it. So how do we know it exists? Help your second grade scientist figure it out.
Help your child experiment with the combination of acid and baking soda by making these homemade bath bombs!
Looking for a last minute gift? This homemade candle holder is a breeze to make, and its pretty glow really brightens up a room. A great craft project.
Here's a fun arts and crafts activity that has you and your child creating a book with a secret hollow!
Create a habitat for a butterfly right in your own backyard, and build your first grader's science knowledge while you're at it.
Solve the mystery of the unpoppable balloon in this 7th grade science experiment that demonstrates the process of heat transfer.
A science scavenger hunt can be a fun way to learn about science. Test your child's knowledge of scientific terms with this science scavenger hunt.