Water bottle bubble fun - Projects for Preschoolers
Did you know you can blow bubbles with just a simple single serving water bottle? Oh yes, loads of water bottle bubble fun with items you probably have at home already! Bubbles are one of our favorite preschool activities for summer (or any age really). We played with 3 different variations using just water bottles and a ... Read more
15 Fun and Educational Activities for Kids - Lovebugs and Postcards
Try these fun and educational activities for kids. Make a volcano, a tornado, glitter jars (like snow globes), giant bubbles, dry ice bubbles, and more.
Engage Students in Real-World Problem Solving with STEM
If your students aren’t excited about STEM the problem might be a lack of exposure to real-world challenges. Real-world problem solving should be at the core of any STEM education program. It increases student buy-in as students realize that their work has an impact that extends beyond the classroo
Weight Loss Dose
Lol!!! Homemade lava lamp.... Secrets out friends, no need to guess what your gift is for Christmas! JK!!! but the person who invented the lava lite passed away a few weeks ago by the way...what a coincidence...
The magic of the Internet
Discover the magic of the internet at Imgur, a community powered entertainment destination. Lift your spirits with funny jokes, trending memes, entertaining gifs, inspiring stories, viral videos, and so much more.
Toothpick Star Trick Science Experiment For Kids
This science experiment is simply magical. Show your kids how you can turn broken toothpicks into a star without touching them.
How Failure Teaches Kids to Think Like Scientists
This inaugural summer science camp post was supposed to show you how to do a simple science project with your kids: how to lift an ice cube with a string. It has all the great characteristics of
Science Safety Unit- Posters, Activities, Foldables, Scoot Game, and Unit Test
This unit contains everything you need to teach science safety! I created this unit because I couldn't find any exciting, engaging science safety materials for my 4th and 5th grade students. All components of this unit are student tested and enjoyable!