1. Build a Craft Stick Chain Reaction!

    Build an exploding chain reaction by weaving together craft sticks!  Creating a chain reaction is a SUPER fun boredom buster, and it's also a great science lesson. You'll be using…

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  2. Rubber Band Potential Energy Science Experiment

    This science experiment just feels like fun (I mean, we get to shoot rubber bands!), but it's such an effective way to teach kids about potential energy and kinetic energy.…

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  3. Ocean LEGO Projects to Build (Sea Turtle, Crab, Otter, and Fish!)

    Use the bricks you have to build Ocean LEGO® Projects - Sea Turtle, Fish, Otter, and Crab! These LEGO ocean animals are fun to build to go with a unit…

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  4. Science Experiments with the SUN!

    Here are two science experiments about the sun! No, we won't be LOOKING at the sun, but there are all kinds of cool (hot?) ways for kids to learn about…

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  5. Building Boats from Recycled Materials

    Summer is the perfect time for kids to build their own boats out of recycled materials! This is a fun STEM challenge that also leads to all kinds of pretend…

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  6. Summer Science Experiments and Activities for Kids!

    Take advantage of the warm (hot?) summer weather to get outside and do some science!  Kids of all ages will love these projects and experiments. Most of these activities are…

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  7. Why Do Rivers Curve? {Geology Science Experiment}

    Why do rivers curve? Have you ever wondered that? If you've ever paid attention, you've probably noticed that rivers are rarely straight, and many have significant u-shaped curves. Some rivers…

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  8. How Do Thunderstorms Form? {Science Experiment}

    Here's a fun weather science experiment that demonstrates how thunderstorms form! Kids will be able to actually see how cold air pushes warm air up, which creates those tall clouds…

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  9. Weather Science Experiments for Kids

    Let's do some awesome weather science experiments! Kids love learning about the weather, and for kids who are afraid of storms, exploring the science behind them can make storms less…

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  10. Make an Anemometer to Observe Wind Speed

    Use paper cups and straws to make your own anemometer! Kids will love observing the wind speed with these simple weather device. An anemometer is a device that meteorologists use…

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