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How to have fun indoors without electronics

Balloon Rockets - I've done this in several science camps I've conducted. Kids have fun with it. But, when the balloon deflates it may fall off the straw because it's surface area changes - another good thing to show and explain to kids.

Students will have a blast learning facts about the solar system with this board game!

Love this board game! Students will have a blast learning facts about the solar system with this board game!

STEM Challenge for Kids: Create a pinball like marble maze game using paper plates and other basic craft materials. Fun design and building challenge! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com

STEM Challenge for Kids: Design a Paper Plate Marble Maze

Kids can create their own Maze! School age children already developed fine motor control and Visual motor integration, they will be developing hand-eye coordination while moving the maze.

Looking for more things to do this summer, while keeping cool? Check out these 23 kid-friendly science projects!

23 Science Projects for Kids

23 Science Projects for Kids! - TGIF - This Grandma is Fun Looking for more things to do this summer, while keeping cool? Check out these 23 kid-friendly science projects!

Have a blast as you learn about the planets with this FREE printable game from Elemental Science

Want a free game about the beautiful planets? {Planetary Bingo}

Add some fun to your homeschool science curriculum with this free astronomy game! Planetary Bingo will help your students laugh and learn about the planets!

Spy/detective activity with fingerprints | STEM idea for biology or CSI

Fingerprinting Science Activity for Kids

Make your own Jeopardy game board

DIY Jeopardy Game Board

Make your own Jeopardy game board - use with any subject for a family game night idea

This easy DIY game is great for preschoolers, elementary kids & teenagers -- perfect for birthday parties, backyard or carnival games & can be used in your classroom science area.

Party Games for Kids: Mystery Sensory Balloons

This easy DIY game is great for preschoolers, elementary kids & teenagers -- perfect for birthday parties, backyard or carnival games & can be used in your classroom science area.

Science games are great ways to increase collaboration to learn facts about weather. These games are best used in groups of 2- 4 people and can be used during a guided practice or review portion of a lesson plan. The only materials needed are the games, dice, and/or a spinner/pencil.

Science games are great ways to increase collaboration to learn facts about weather. These games are best used in groups of 4 people and can be used during

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