Easy Dinosaur Fossils to Make with Kids
Simple fossil and dinosaur craft for kids to make. Create your own fossils with a simple salt dough recipe and then decorate to look like rock
Earthquake-Proof Engineering for Skyscrapers
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Simple Science: Earthquake Experiment
This easy science experiment for kids provides a hands-on way for kids to learn about earthquakes and their effects on different structures.
Beakers and Bumblebees
We had a "smashing" time learning about metamorphic rock! Not only did we learn that metamorphic rock is formed by a rock undergoing massive heat and pressure, we also got a little snack! We observed our rock..(ahem..snickers!) and drew a picture of it. After that, we applied tons of heat and pressure to our poor little rock..(ahem..snickers!) and watched it transform into something that looked very different that when we started! We squeezed our rock, put a book on our rock, stood on our…
Homemade Dinosaur Bones
We've definitely been feeling a little frazzled here between the hot and humid weather, a sick toddler, and several days cooped up in the ho...
Build a LEGO Volcano
Build a Lego volcano with a baking soda and vinegar reaction to make a cool science experiment your kids will want to keep on doing.
In this simple modeling plate tectonics activity, students will model each of the different types of interactions at plate boundaries. Geology at its best!
Science Journal: Tectonic Plates Journal Activity
A great science journal activity that will provide some work for the students' hands and also their minds! Colorful and fun, students and use this to study the tectonic plate boundaries.In both the OLD and NEW versions, this activity requires students to create tabs on three pages. In the OLD versio...
Volcano Unit for Kindergartners - Part 2
D o you happen to live in a volcanic area? We unfortunately don't. I mean, Germany isn't exactly known for its volcanoes, right? Amazingly ...