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A Collection of 15 Rainbow Scavenger Hunts for Kids

15 Rainbow Scavenger Hunts

If you love rainbows and you love scavenger hunts, then you will love this collection of rainbow scavenger hunts I’ve gathered from …

Did you know that lemons and other fruit can power a light bulb or a clock? Learn how to make your own lemon battery in this post sponsored by GreenWorks. #NaturalPotential

Build a Lemon Battery

Did you know that a lemon battery can power a light bulb or a clock? Did you know that other fruit can …

Set up a racing experiment inspired by The Pigeon Loves Things That Go!

Things That Go Experiment

Do your kids love cars, planes, trains, and basically anything that goes? Set up a Things That Go Experiment for your child …

Our Easter Egg Counting Game is such a fun way to work on fine motor skills and numbers.

Easter Egg Counting Game

Are you looking for an Easter themed way to practice numbers and fine motor skills? You’ll love our Easter Egg Counting Game! Easter …

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

Storybook Science Series

March is National Reading Month, which kicks off with Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read Across America Day on March 2nd. It seems …

Use a classic science experiment to make these awesome rainbow foam eggs.

Rainbow Foam Eggs

Want to learn how to turn a classic science experiment into a colorful sensory experience? Grab those plastic eggs you have ready for …