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Learn how to make a unicorn Cartesian diver to explore density and buoyancy.

Unicorn Cartesian Diver

Making a Cartesian diver is a classic science experiment for a variety of ages. I like to take the classics and twist …

A fizzy color mixing experiment is an easy kitchen science experiment for kids.

Fizzy Color Mixing Experiment

Happy birthday Dr. Seuss! Are you celebrating Read Across America Day today? I’ve got a Dr. Seuss inspired kitchen science idea for …

Storybook Science Series featuring science activities inspired by children's books

Storybook Science Series 2017

Welcome to the 2nd annual Storybook Science series. March is National Reading Month which kicks off with Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read …

Set up a STEAM Building Challenge inspired by The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson

Log Pile House Building Challenge

This week’s Virtual Book Club for Kids is featuring The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson. Inspired by the snake’s log pile house, I issued a STEAM …

OREO Catapult Challenge sponsored by #OREOSuperDunk #OREODunkChallenge

OREO Catapult Challenge

This #OREOSuperDunk post is sponsored by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertisers. Do you like to dunk your OREO cookies in milk? We took the …

Raining Hearts Viscosity Experiment - a science exploration for Valentine's Day inspired by The Day It Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond

Raining Hearts Viscosity Experiment

The Virtual Book Club for Kids is featuring The Day it Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond. We conducted a raining hearts viscosity experiment to …