Based on the concept of water's "freezing point," this activity entails the lowering of water's freezing point to chill ice cream!
Get your hands on a concoction that breaks the rules about what's a solid and what's a liquid.
Help your child understand surface tension by showing her how she can create a "skin" on top of water.
This experiment that explores water and air pressure will amaze your fifth grader as it appears that a single card is holding water in an upside-down glass.
This adventurous art project will send kids on a scavenger hunt for fall materials they can use in their artwork. This craft also teaches kids about seasons.
Using water, corn syrup, and sequins, your child can create a unique art project while exploring what happens when different liquids are mixed together!
Show your kids how to take recycling to new heights by creating a papier maché pencil holder out of old newspaper and wallpaper paste.
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:
Want to give your teen some insight into the scientific method and get the house cleaned? This activity promises both!
Why are some pennies shiny and others dark and dull? Find out with this cleaning copper coins experiment, which transforms dark pennies to bright ones.