1. The Best Marble Runs for Kids

    Marble runs make great engineering challenges for kids!   If you have followed us for very long, you know that marble runs of all types are some of our favorite…

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  2. Chilly Chemical Reactions! {Endothermic Reactions}

    Let's explore endothermic reactions! Most people have tried doing a baking soda and vinegar chemical reaction, but did you know that this reaction is actually COLD? I had no idea…

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  3. Build a Rocket Powered LEGO Car

    Use baking soda and vinegar to make a rocket powered LEGO car! Kids will love this fun engineering challenge, and there's so much to learn. This science project is a…

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  4. Winter Fill-in-the-Blank Stories

    Do your kids love Mad Libs? My kids think they are hilarious! These stories start out as a paragraph with a bunch of blanks. One player asks the other players,…

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  5. Hands on Math Activities for Elementary

    Make Learning FUN with 50+ Hands-On Math Activities! Do you love math? I'm guessing that like many people, your answer is probably no! Math can be frustrating to kids if…

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  6. Math Art: Make Pattern Block Snowflakes

    Pattern block snowflakes are a fun winter craft that combines math and art! Use geometric shaped pattern blocks to create beautiful snowflakes!  There are so many possibilities, and a…

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  7. Amazing Christmas Science and STEM Activities

    Here are some festive Christmas science and STEM activities that kids will love! These activities are perfect for the elementary grades up through middle school. Do some science with density,…

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  8. Is Mint Actually Cold?

    Have you ever wondered if mint is actually cold? Here's a simple science experiment that will show you the answer to that question! When you suck on a mint, it…

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  9. Christmas Rube Goldberg STEM Challenge

    Little elves with have a blast with this Christmas Rube Goldberg STEM Challenge! Young engineers will make a jingle bell land in a red paper cup through a series of…

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  10. Christmas Density Tower Science Experiment

    Earlier this year, we made a fall density tower, and we enjoyed it so much that we decided to make a Christmas version! If you've never tried this simple science…

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