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Find hundreds of FREE science projects and activities for kids of all ages! Some of our most popular projects include building a simple motor with a magnet, dissecting an owl pellet, and making a solar oven.


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Have you ever wondered how you can help provide habitat for pollinators like honey bees and butterflies in your back yard? Learn how to make a pollinator hotel with this step-by-step guide and lesson. Pollinators are animals that help move pollen. Most pollinators are insects, like bees, butterflies, and beetles. Butterflies, beetles, and many species […]
情人节是一个很好的机会激励your student’s LOVE for science! Engage your kids with science concepts such as diffusion, density, and surfactants. These three, hands-on science projects include the Dancing Conversational Hearts, Rainbow Heart, and Marbled Valentine’s Day card. Dancing Hearts What you need: 1 cup water 1 tablespoon baking soda ½ […]
If you're looking for a way to make biology fun and memorable for your student, look no further than dissection! This complete field guide to dissection will explain everything needed to make dissection labs an enjoyable learning experience for your kids.
You know the mesmerizing feeling of watching the snow fall during a snowstorm? With this project, you can make your own snowstorm in a flask using an adaptation from the lava lamp science experiment! It’s a perfect project for any winter day.

This Turkey Family Genetics activity is a fun way to teach your student about inheriting different traits and spark a lively conversation about why we look the way that we do.

Fun & Easy Science Activities Your Kids Will Love!

Winter months are a tricky time of year, especially when it comes to winter field trip ideas unless you live in an area where you can be outside year-round. Hitting January brings frigid temperatures, long days stuck inside, and cabin fever. Not to mention the dull drums of coming off of the holiday season. It […]
Every school year most homeschool families go through the difficult process of deciding what the best homeschool curriculum is to use for the following year. Shifts in education priorities, successes and trials from the previous year, mature students, and growing teacher confidence and experience can all drive this process. Many hours can be spent researching […]
This will be a question that many homeschool parents face if you homeschool long enough, “What do you do when your homeschool curriculum isn’t working anymore?” It can be an overwhelming feeling of frustration & failure, as well as many tears for everyone involved. It’s just as frustrating for your child, believe it or not, […]
Homeschool science dissection kits are an important part of a homeschool science curriculum. But, many parents often get caught up in thinking that high school science labs need to be hard. Not so! There are many homeschool science dissection kits that are available to you that will help you get through your dissection labs. These […]
Getting back on a homeschool schedule can be hard after a long break for both parents and children. Everyone has most likely grown accustomed to a more relaxed schedule with little structure. Here are 5 things to do to make diving back into homeschooling after the holidays a little easier and set you up to finish your […]
This homemade bubble solution will be a hit with your kids! What's even better? They'll love learning about what makes bubbles work.
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