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Need an activity for kids that will keep them busy for hours? This easy homemade playdough recipe has been tested by thousands of moms and kids all across the world. It works! This play dough is quick and easy (it takes less than 10 minutes to make) and it’s non-toxic and cheaper than the store bought stuff!
How Arctic Animals Stay Warm in Icy Water
Ever wondered how arctic animals stay warm in icy water? This fun science experiment shows how a layer of fat makes a huge difference in body temperature!
Crazy Cool Walking Water Science Experiment for Kids | Coffee Cups and Crayons
The Walking Water experiment is super easy to set up and has a big wow factor. Kids can watch the colored water walk along paper towels and fill an empty glass. It's very cool!
28 Days of STEAM Projects for Kids
60+ STEAM projects for kids! Science, technology, engineering, art and math activities perfect for science fairs, after school and classrooms.
Germs on Hands | Science project | Education.com
In this science fair project, kids will be able to see where germs reside on their hands while gaining insight into the benefits of thorough hand washing.
Almost 500 science projects from 114 Suffolk County schools were entered in the 2007 Elementary School Science Fair, sponsored by Brookhaven Lab. The Laboratory's Office of Educational Programs coordinated the fair, which was held at the Laboratory on May 5, and Brookhaven scientists and local elementary school teachers judged the projects.
Cleaning Coins | Science project | Education.com
This project explores the effectiveness of various common household ingredients in cleaning tarnished and oxidized coins.
Rethink Your Drink - PositiveMed
This picture compares the sugar contents of different drinks. The best and healthiest drink among all drinks is water. If you like to have some taste, why not add a tiny slice of lemon or other fruits to that? How about this refreshing drink? It’s so easy-to-prepare and you only need fresh fruits, […]
What Makes Ice Melt Fastest? Science Experiment - Raising Little Superheroes
What Makes Ice Melt Fastest? Use the Scientific Method in this learning activity and figure out how to save the Paw Patrol from the ice.
Colourful Sugar Cube Absorbing Experiment - Science for Kids
Fun Absorbing experiment using sugar cubes, all you need is some coloured water, sugar cubes and materials to test! Pile them up and watch the tower fall!
Walking Water Rainbow - The Stem Laboratory
What an awesome science project for kids! Make a walking water rainbow with just a few simple supplies: water, paper towels and food coloring. Great idea for a science fair project or just-because science activity.