Do your kids love looking at the clouds? This fun activity from Parenting Chaos will help them understand how clouds form. 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.
Make these beautiful rainbow roses with your kids. For full instructions please visit www.tobyandroo.com.
Are your kids interested in space? This fun activity from Mommy in Sports is out of this world! Get the instructions here.
See painting in a whole new light with this simple, fun, and (slightly) less messy activity from Mommy in Sports. Get the instructions here.
This starry night sky slim is easy to make and a lot of fun to play with. For full instructions please visit thekindergartenconnection.com.
Your kids will have a blast with their “pet” Jellyfish in a bottle. For full instructions please visit www.schoolingamonkey.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.
These glow in the dark paints are easy to make and are loads of fun. For full instructions please visit learnplayimagine.com.
Teach your kids about constellations using a flashlight. For full instructions please visit www.schoolingamonkey.com.
Your kids will love going outside with these fun sidewalk erupting chalk paint. For full instructions please visit Learn Play Imagine.
Making this fun homemade kaleidoscope is fast and easy to do. For full instructions visit Buggy and Buddy.
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.