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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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Combine art with science in this fizzy spider web art activity.

Fizzy Spider Web Art

There’s something magical about a spider web. A spider’s intricate designs are awe inspiring. Make your own spider web art. Combine science …

Baking Soda Painted Pumpkins are a great way to combine science and art!

Baking Soda Painted Pumpkins

Painting with baking soda and vinegar continues to be one of our favorite ways to combine art and science. Baking soda painted …

Baking soda and vinegar painted leaves are a fun way to combine science art!

Baking Soda Painted Leaves

Baking soda painted leaves are a super way to combine art and science. Explore the baking soda and vinegar reaction and color mixing …

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 …