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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 …

Try these fun magnet explorations at home with your kids.

5 Magnet Explorations for Kids

Exploring magnets is always a ton of fun for kids. The Purple Cow sent us The Crazy Scientist LAB – Magnetic Wonder science …

Make a pop rocks volcano. It's an easy science experiment for kids.

Make a Pop Rocks Volcano

Combining baking soda and vinegar is a kid favorite for making volcanoes. Are there other ingredients that can make a similar eruption? …

Food Science Experiment - Let your children design a food experiment to find out what foods they like to eat. It's a fun way to try new foods and learn about conducting a science experiment.

Food Science Experiment for Kids

Today I’m sharing a simple food science experiment for kids. It’s inspired by Zoey and Sassafras, a new chapter book series that’s …

Set up a simple science lab for kids to conduct science investigations.

Simple Science Lab for Kids

Creating a science lab for kids is easy. Use materials you have at home or buy a kit to have supplies dedicated …

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 …