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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 …

15+ Ice and Snow Experiments for Kids - Check out this great collection!

Ice and Snow Experiments

Here is a collection of fun ice and snow experiments from around the web. The ice experiments are great year round. The …

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5 Science Experiments with Tape

This #SchoolYearReady post is sponsored by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertiser. Stock up on Scotch® Tape and try out these science experiments with …

10 Ways to Make a Volcano with Kids

10 Ways to Make a Volcano with Kids

Volcanoes are a classic science activity for kids. All you need are baking soda, vinegar, food coloring, and a volcano-shaped container. Check out …

W is for Water - part of the A to Z Science series at Inspiration Laboratories

W is for Water

The next letter in the A to Z Science series for toddlers and preschoolers at Inspiration Laboratories is W. W is for Water. We’ve …