These science discovery bottles are the perfect way to teach STEM concepts to your kids while celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Find the instructions and a materials list at Little Bins for Little Hands.
Even if you live in a climate that has warm weather year round, you can make your own snowstorm with this fun science activity by Little Bins for Little Hands.
Your kids will love watching this balloon blow up “all by itself” and they’ll learn a little science in the process. Get the instructions from Science Sparks.
Do your kids hate when their apples turn brown? This activity by Teach Beside Me will be right up their alley. Get the directions 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.
This fun activity is full of potential for scientific discoveries. Get the directions from Fantastic Fun and Learning here.
This easy-to-set-up activity from Teaching Mama will keep your kids entertained for hours! Learn how to make it, and how to take it from an outdoor summer activity to an indoor winter one here.
If you’re a fan of the show, you’ll love this educational version for kids by Rock the Library. It would make a great birthday party game. Get the instructions here.
“Educational” is probably not the word that comes to mind when you think of paper airplanes, but this activity from Kids Activities Blog will change that! Find the instructions 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.
You know those activities that the kids are so involved in and having so much fun with that they don’t even realize their educational too? This STEM challenge by Coffee Cups and Crayons is just that kind of activity. Find the instructions here.
There’s nothing quite like homemade bread. Your kids will love the feeling of accomplishment they get from knowing they made it themselves. Find the recipe from Your Homebased Mom here.
Are your kids interested in how crimes are solved? This activity from Planet Smarty is a great introduction to forensic science. Find the instructions here.
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.