Science Explorers
Science Explorers
Build a Gumdrop Chimney for Santa

Build a Gumdrop Chimney for Santa

Every Christmas season, a lot of kids get excited for the day when Santa Claus visits their house and leaves presents. To keep your kids occupied until Christmas Day, do some holiday-themed science experiments that are all about Santa Claus. In this experiment, your...
How to Make Your Own Bouncy Ball

How to Make Your Own Bouncy Ball

Did you know that your kids can use household ingredients to make a bouncy ball? Kids will love participating in our fun, DIY bouncy ball experiment. You’ll make your own bouncy ball, and have fun learning about science along the way! Have you ever  made cool slime...
How to Make Hot Ice Cream

How to Make Hot Ice Cream

There’s no doubt about it — children of all ages love ice cream. While you can make a strong case that ice cream is a wonderful treat year-round, you can make an equally compelling argument that ice cream is even more enjoyable when it’s warm outside. Even neat...
How to Make Plastic Milk

How to Make Plastic Milk

Did you know that your kids can use household ingredients to make a bouncy ball? Or that you can turn milk and vinegar into a fun experiment that incorporates both art and science? It all starts with knowing how to make plastic milk. Imagine the look on your child’s...
The Walking Water Experiment For Kids

The Walking Water Experiment For Kids

What is the walking water experiment? An activity involving two cups, some water and some scientific magic, of course! It’s the perfect, low-cost do-it-yourself experiment for you to try with your kids. If you’ve been looking for a way to introduce your children to...
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