Children will learn why and how to compost as they help with the process of filling their compost, turning it, and observing the changes that occur.
Does your child always demand to know why the sky is blue, how the sun moves across the sky, or where wind comes from?
You don't need to wait for rain to see a rainbow. Make one yourself, and teach your child about light and weather in the process.
Here is a hands-on activity to help third graders understand the four points of a compass...and how we use them to get around.
Enjoy those warm spring and summer nights with your child while teaching some basic astronomy at the same time.
Help your child understand the scientific concept of evaporation with this fun outdoor science activity.
Combine your child's natural curiosity with his developing classification and writing skills by helping him create a backyard field guide.
Add some fun to arts and crafts by having your child make a self portrait using nature as her palette.
Help your kindergarten science maven explore the water cycle without getting everything wet.
Help your child make a beautiful homemade sandcastle that will last!
Creating a home for a toad is an easy and fun project for kids. Here's how to make your very own toad abode.
Take advantage of the spring and summer sun in this arts and crafts activity that has your second grader creating pretty flower prints.
Help your child celebrate the summer and the sun by making a sandy seascape.
This will encourage your child to utilize their observation skills, develop aesthetic awareness, build artistic drawing abilities and learn about the seasons.
This weather spinner will improve observation skills by encouraging children to examine and track weather details and patterns.
Try this simple 2nd grade science experiment to teach your child about the principles of luminosity and light reflection.
Let your second grader pay homage to an ancient Olympic tradition with this modern day Olympic wreath!
Help your second grader observe the phases of the moon, and then let the fun loose: he'll get to chart his observations with marshmallows!
Has your child ever played weatherman? Try this science activity that lets kids try their hands at observing and predicting the weather.
Make all-natural dye from vegetables to create gorgeous homemade play-silks!
Transform your uncomfortable wooden shoes into charming mini planters!
Learn about nature by making your own mini moss garden.
Is your little scientist up for a rocky challenge? Let them make their own geode rocks using eggs and epsom salts!
Before Twitter, birds were the ones tweeting, not humans. Have your child discover the magical sounds of nature while recording birds around his neighborhood!
Jazz up your patio or backyard with hip and quirky planters made from simple Mason jars.