1. Nerf Gun Science Experiments

    These Nerf science experiments are so much fun! Test how wind and weight affect the distance that a Nerf dart travels. I love these science experiments because kids will enjoy…

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  2. Make a Paper Tumbling Toy

    Oh goodness, this paper tumbling toy is a very fun project that kids are going to love! It's also quite easy to make from items that you probably have around…

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  3. Crushing Cans Science Experiment

    If you want an impressive way to demonstrate air pressure, this crushing cans science experiment is the way to go! Make soda cans collapse in an instant under the power…

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  4. Build LEGO Sight Words Activity

    Build sight words out of LEGO bricks! Kids are going to love this simple literacy activity, and all you'll need is some LEGO bricks, a baseplate, and the printable cards…

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  5. Getting Started Homeschooling: Where to Begin!

    This post is part 2 in our series on getting started with homeschooling. In the first post, we looked at making the decision to homeschool, but this time I want…

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  6. Getting Started Homeschooling: Making the Decision

    Homeschooling is a fabulous way to educate your children and create a lifelong love of learning. Homeschoolers have a reputation for being hard-working, curious, passionate, and intelligent, and there is…

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  7. Cool Science Experiments for Kids

    Here's a collection of cool science experiments that kids will love! I've chosen experiments that use simple materials and that teach important cornerstone science concepts. Use these science experiments with…

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  8. Sand Volcano Science Experiment

    Believe it or not, we have never made a baking soda and vinegar volcano! I know, right?! So we decided that we needed to try this classic childhood activity. However,…

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  9. Static Electricity Science Experiments with Balloons

    Here are two static electricity science experiments that kids will love! Build an electroscope, and use balloons to show how static electricity causes forces of attraction and repulsion. Parents and…

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  10. Code Activity for Kids: Make a Spy Decoder Wheel

    Make your own spy decoder wheel! In just a few steps, you'll be sending and receiving coded messages with the help of this clever device. The fun part about this…

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