For a fun family activity to introduce your child to genetics, have your child go on a search for dominant and recessive family genes!
Show your child the wonders of water, life's most important element, with this fascinating water garden.
Trick your eye with this easy-to-make animation flip book! It's a fun way to learn about persistence of vision and is creative enough to entertain anyone.
Try this simple activity with your middle schooler to help him develop an understanding of why scientific classification systems exist and how they work.
In this activity, find out who the flowers' "partners in crime" are by being a flower spy!
Show your middle schooler how a quick whirl of spinach in the blender will reveal the cobwebby "stuff"--or DNA--of life!
This bread mold experiment will help your child learn about mold, and he'll develop important hypothesis-making and experiment-designing skills.
In this middle school activity, your child will learn how to press plants and create her very own herbarium, or plant library! Here's how:
In this science experiment, your child will test the strength of hollow structures in order to understand how strong bird bones really are.
Here's a way to make history both interesting and relevant: design a garden using plants that were used by people in colonial times!
Show your teen how to analyze the nutritional value of her favorite meals. She may be surprised to find out how healthy--or not--her favorite foods are!
In this outdoor science activity you'll find tips on how to create a nature journal by choosing a native plant or animal and tracking that species.
Here's an arts and crafts guide for your high-school teenager that'll help her create a naturalist drawing and painting.