This classic children's game demonstrates how sound travels through air vs. through a solid.
This classic children's game-connecting two cups with a string-demonstrates sound's ability to travel through air vs through a solid.
This is a quick, easy science fair project that conveys the idea of density to preschool and early elementary children.
In this project combining nature, art, math, and science, children make rubbings of leaves then observe shapes and structures and sort the leaf images.
This play-activity causes young children to focus on and become more aware of their sense of hearing and the power of their ears.
In this science fair project, we'll explore how blocking the sun's light can stop those can stop photosensitive paper from changing color.
In this awesome science fair project idea, kids will be attempting to pick up different objects using snail slime.
Learn how different types of soil affect how animal tracks form in this experiment!
In this project, create and examine garden mulch to find out what critters live in the messy, muddy layers just above the soil.
Why do plants wilt? Kids will learn to think critically about what environmental factors affect plants, and what plants need to survive.
Kids will learn how to clean fish tank the natural way. Add catfish to the tank and see if your water gets cleaner.
Find out whether we can create motion in a dish and as a result, create a wonderful and colorful show.
Water, along with soil and light, is a necessary component for plant growth. So what's better for promoting plant growth: tap water, or rain water?
In this project children discover, identify, and sort seeds from a variety of fruits and vegetables