Three aerated compartments enable kids to view the entire decomposition process clearly and make side-by-side comparisons among different materials. A great way to teach decomposition, composting, life cycles, and environmental education.
Kick off a chain reaction of fun-filled experiments with this introductory chemistry set designed specifically for young kids. Junior chemists can safely explore simple chemistry using the tools in this kit and common household substances from the kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room.
Kids can get rid of some excess energy with this air-powered outdoor rocket toy. Air Burst Rockets don't require any flames, fire, or batteries. Just attach the air tubing to a bike pump, give it a few pumps and your rocket will fly.
The Fuel Cell Car Science Kit is a great way for kids to learn about the importance of alternative fuel sources. Not only will kids be excited about the car, with onboard hydrogen fuel source, they can even build this car themselves to learn more about the functionality of the hydrogen fuel cells.
We enjoy following some of our favorite blogging Kids Activity Moms on Pinterest. Here is a short round up of our favorites for St. Patrick's Day -
Shamrock crystals from Housing a Forest
Shamrock Color Viewer: a craft and a tool in one from Mama's Little Muse
Racing Leprechaun Balloons from Housing a Forest
Grow Leprechaun Hair in milk cartons from PlayDrMom.
Leprechaun Hunt from The [...]
During the month of March, everything starts to turn green, and not just the grass and trees. It's leprechaun season. Time to catch a sneaky little devil who hides gold coins while wreaking havoc all over.
For years, we have shared our secret for surprising the kiddos on St. Paddy's Day morning by turning all of the water green in your house. [...]
By Blog Editor Susan Wells
It's almost time for leprechauns, shamrocks and green water. Yes, it's March and time for St. Patrick's Day. If you are looking for some activities and fun things to do with your kids at home or students in the classroom, we have a few ideas.
Start with a plan, maybe even diagram your design, then use Legos, [...]