Wonderful Water and Ice

What's the best way to cool off in the summer? With some fun water and ice activities of course! Kids will use their science and art skills to create mini ice sculptures, watercolor fireworks, and indoor igloos. This is a cool way to participate in the Summer Learning Adventures.

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Wonderful Water and Ice

We don't know about you, but we love to spend the summer at the pool, the beach, or near any body of water! This collection of ice and water activities helps kids stay cool while learning and having fun. So jump into ice sculpture making and more—the water's fine!

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Wonderful Water and Ice Checklist

Summer is more fun when you're playing with water and ice! These activities, worksheets, and games all revolve around ice and water for refreshing summer fun.
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Make Magic Ice

Preschoolers are fascinated by how colors can be mixed to form new ones. This activity combines color mixing with the concept of melting for extra science fun.
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Why is the Ocean Blue?

Have you ever wondered why water in a drinking glass looks clear while water in the ocean looks blue? Find out why with this fun worksheet!
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Mini Ice Sculptures!

Have your kid build an ice sculpture in this activity that's so fast, fun, and messy it's the perfect way to demonstrate how much fun experiments can be!
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Eco-Friendly Maze: Saving Water

Kids can have a hard time understanding why we need to save water, but this fun maze is a great tool in teaching this important lesson.
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Paint with Ice

In this fun activity, frozen cubes of paint provide your preschooler with a cool new way to paint a masterpiece.
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Whale Water Polo

Whale water polo would be pretty wild! Add a splash of color to this fun worksheet featuring alliterative animal sports.
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Watercolor Fireworks

Fireworks are such an exciting part of part of summer festivities, but it's sad when the show is over. Keep them alive all year long with watercolor fireworks.
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Why Does Ice Float?

Find out the the cool science behind ice cubes with this fun worksheet.
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Make Watercolor Tie-Dye

This paper alternative to tie-dye is faster, easier, and (slightly) less messy, only requiring paper, white crayons, and a little imagination.
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Identifying States of Matter: Solid, Liquid, Gas?

Looking for a worksheet to challenge your child's knowledge of science? This printable asks him to identify a solid, liquid and gas.
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Lemon Ice Cubes

On a hot afternoon there is nothing better than a cold drink. Instead of making lemonade, your child can have lemon ice cubes ready to munch!
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Below the Surface

It's easy to see what's on the water. But it's a lot more fun to imagine all of the creatures swimming below the surface.
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Make Gummy Worm Ice Cubes

This Halloween, try this kooky, spooky arts and crafts activity with your preschooler: make gummy worm ice cubes! A perfect addition to any Halloween party.
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Build an Indoor Igloo!

You don't need to head to the Arctic to experiment with life in an igloo. Kids can build their own ice igloo at home from water and empty milk containers.
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