If your kids are curious about why leaves change color in the fall, this fun experiment by A Little Pinch of Perfect will be sure to interest them. Get the instructions here.
The sun can do a lot of cool things! Help your kids learn all about what solar power does here on Earth with these fun activities by The Educators Spin On It.
Whether you love hiking with your kids or dread it, this activity from Temecula Blogs is sure to make hiking an enjoyable experience. Get the free printable here.
This project from Ruffles & Rain Boots is one your kids will want to do over and over again. Get the directions here.
If your child loves creepy crawlies, this activity from Playground Parkbench will be right up her alley. And if she doesn’t, this is a great way to lessen her fears. Find the instructions here.
This fun experiment from How Wee Learn will help you discover what the true color of a leaf is once the chlorophyll is gone. Find the instructions here.
Teach kids about how different plants grow with these easy to make garden markers. For full instructions please visit www.mamabyfire.com.
Make these beautiful rainbow roses with your kids. For full instructions please visit www.tobyandroo.com.
Who doesn’t love a scavenger hunt? This one from Smart Cookie is adaptable to any age and subject. Find the instructions here.
This fun activity helps kids understand rain clouds. For full instructions please visit www.tobyandroo.com.
Have your kids record the full cycle of the moon with this free printable moon journal. For full instructions please visit buggyandbuddy.com.
Summer nights are the perfect time to lay out under the stars and look for constellations. This activity from Playground Parkbench is a great way to familiarize your kids with constellations before heading outside. Get directions and the free printable here.
Kids are curious by nature. Nurture that curiosity with this at-home science journal by Smart Cookie. Find the instructions here.
Get your kids excited about playing outside with this fun Rainbow Nature Hunt.
How do the different parts of an ecosystem work together? Find out with this activity from Layers of Learning. Get the instructions here. Please Note: We were offered feedback that for the health of the fish you should make sure the plants and soil used are unfertilized.
Observational skills are important in all aspects of life. Help your children practice these skills with this fun and educational activity from Edventures With Kids. Find the instructions and printable here.