5 Minute Science Experiments for Kids
5 Minute Science Experiments for Kids and Busy Moms on Frugal Coupon Living. Geometric Bubbles, Glow in the Dark Volcanoes, Replicate Ocean Currents and more! Homeschooling Science Ideas.
Hot Air, Cold Air Science Activity
Hot Air, Cold Air Science Activity is a great experiment to watch the effects of hot air and cold air on a balloon. Observe what is happening and why?
Fireworks in a Jar - I Can Teach My Child!
Use household ingredients to create fireworks in a jar! A fun science experiment for kids of all ages that illustrates liquid density.
Edible Marshmallow Play Dough
This marshmallow play dough has to be the EASIEST play dough recipe I've ever made. And the best part is that it's completely safe to eat! It tastes sweet, but it doesn't taste amazing or anything, so the kids (probably) won't gobble it all up on you - or at least mine didn't. They can squish it, roll it and stretch it, and have a little bit of fun taste testing it while they play! It kind of tastes like fondant icing. (I couldn't help myself from having a bit of a taste test too!) Now that…
Kool Aid Rock Candy
Kool Aid Rock Candy Science Experiment - love this twist using kool aid for some colorful yummy candy! This is a fun kids activities perfect to add to summer bucket list for kids from toddler, preschool, prek, kindergarten, first grade, second grade,third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade and more.
Seed Germination Experiment For Kids
Seed Jar Science Experiment For Kids. Spring science activity about how a seed grows is perfect for preschool and kindergarten science activities. A simple mason jar seed jar is fun for kids to make and watch seeds growing this Spring. Earth science activity for Earth Day ideas.
Edible JELLO Slime (Color-Changing!) - Only 3 Ingredients!
Safe & non-toxic for even the littlest hands! This edible silly putty slime recipe is EASY and fun to make (changes colors while you mix!) 3 Ingredients and NO glue, NO borax, NO liquid starch, NO detergent!
Kid's Kitchen Fun: Edible Water & Juice Balloons!
Your kids are going to be amazed at this simple molecular gastronomy kitchen experiment that allows them to eat water instead of drink it.
Edible Chocolate Slime
Chocolate. Enough said. No, but really, edible chocolate slime is another fun edible slime that you can feel safe letting your kids play with (and eat)! Did you see the Edible Starburst Slime I shared earlier?
How to Make Edible Non Toxic Sensory Kinetic Sand Recipe for Kids
I've been introducing my toddler to sensory play and this how to make kinetic sand recipe post turned out great! It clumps together just like it should!