Water bottle fountain

I saw this neat idea this summer on Learn With Play at Home and just had to give it a go. It's a water bottle fountain and this experiment using...

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Mini-Hovercraft on Water

Yesterday I posted about making a mini-hovercraft. I forgot to tell you about Cutie Pie wanting to experiment, seeing if it would float across the...

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How to make a mini-hovercraft

Another fun thing we did this summer was make tabletop hovercrafts! Wierd Science Kids has great instructions for how to make these using a hot glue...

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Another Gummy Bear experiment

In addition to the Yummy Gummy Bear experiment from the other day, I decided to pull the gummies out again before they were all eaten and do a...

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Gummy Bear Experiment

Another idea I found this past spring for us to try on our Science days! Thank you, Ms. Baker! This Yummy Gummy experiment was originally for middle...

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A Scientist is…

I couldn't resist copying these down as we walked through the Exploration room at the Buffalo Museum of Science. I want to frame them for Cutie Pie!...

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Close-up Science

Sweet Pea really enjoyed using the magnifying glass to examine his butterfly wings and feather. (See this post.)© Photographer: Gina Rothfels |...

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Science Invitation

Sweet Pea, my 3 year old preschooler, is taking an interest in science, but in his own time. I'm fine with that, but sometimes put a little...

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Car Race Experiment

Do your kiddos ever take an activity to the next level? Maybe when doing an experiment they offer an alternative to how to carry it out? Possibly...

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Measuring with Duplos

Cutie Pie was so into building with his LEGOs in the beginning of summer that I thought I'd put a spin on it and measure with Sweet Pea's...

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