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My toddler loved this fun little activity: Gross motor water transfer got him moving and experimenting with pouring water - perfect for a warm summer day!
A simple invitation to build big and create with wood. Balance beams, boats - you name it. Great for heavy work and gross motor development, plus just plain old outdoor fun!
Nature Craft: Wire-Wrapped Rocks from Fun at Home with Kids
Chromatography with coffee filters age 3-8 This simple experiment explores the concept of chromatography (separating mixtures). All you need are white coffee filters, non-permanent markers (we used Mr. Sketch) and water. Draw a circle in the middle of the filter (black works best), fold 3 times and place the tip in the jar …
Art and Science for Kids: Explore chromatography using coffee filters and markers! Fun STEM / STEAM activity for children. Turn the results into a butterfly craft- perfect for spring! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com
Hebben ze weer van die mooie bloemen geplukt en je hebt geen vaasje? Maak dan eens van plastic folie en een kartonnen frame een bloemenschilderij. Echt leuk resultaat! P.S. Een mandala van mooie herfstbladeren kan natuurlijk ook.
These Dark Chocolate Fresh Berry S'mores are the perfect, easy summer dessert! Great for your 4th of July celebrations and bonfires! Vegan and gluten-free options!
Great science is as simple as walking into the kitchen with this erupting lemon chemistry experiment! We enjoy all kinds of simple science and STEM using common household ingredients. This fun science activity can even be taken outside for easy clean up. Perfect for summertime science any day of the year
Crystal Seashells Borax Crystal Growing Science Experiment for Summer Science
These shaving cream rain clouds were a fun, easy and beautiful activity to do with kids. Watch as the "rain" falls down from the clouds!
Super Simple Ocean Sensory Bin Kids Will Love - Perfect for a kindergarten or preschool ocean theme, or for a preschool summer camp
Simple Science Experiment for Kids - What Melts in the Sun? Perfect activity for a hot day!