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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 …

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 …

Design a domino experiment to determine which domino chain will go the fastest.

Easy Domino Experiment

A domino experiment is a great way to introduce or practice measuring speed. It can also be used to explore cause and …

Fizzy snow is a fun sensory science exploration that kids will love.

Fizzy Snow

When there’s no snow to play with outside, I like to make our own snow. It makes for a great sensory bin …

Does popped popcorn weigh the same as unpopped kernels? Conduct this popcorn science experiment to find out.

Popcorn Science Experiment

Have you ever thought about what happens when you pop popcorn? How does a small hard kernel become a big puffy piece …

Set up a simple science experiment to test what combination of ingredients makes the best fizzing pinkalicious cupcakes.

Fizzing Pinkalicious Cupcake Experiment

This month’s Virtual Book Club for Kids is featuring Pinkalicious by Victoria Khan. Check out our fizzing pinkalicious cupcake experiment. It’s a simple science …

This marble drop experiment is super easy for kids to design and test out.

Marble Drop Experiment

This marble drop experiment is a great way to explore how height and mass affect force. What size marble with make the …