1. Bouncy Ball Science Experiment: Does the Temperature of a Ball Affect its Bounce?

    Here's a fun science experiment that kids can carry out on their own. Does the temperature of a bouncy ball affect its bounce? Will a cold ball bounce higher or…

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  2. Kitchen Chemistry for Kids: Test for Acids and Bases with Red Cabbage

    Make your own acid/base indicator with red cabbage! Here's a science activity that will have your kids saying, "Wow!" Did you know that red cabbage can be used as a…

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  3. How Strong is Spaghetti? STEM Challenge for Kids!

    How strong is spaghetti? Challenge kids to invent a way to find out! This STEM challenge is a lot of fun, and you won't need much in the way of materials!…

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  4. Make a Balloon Pinwheel Science Demonstration

    Here's a fun science activity that demonstrate's Newton's 3rd Law of Motion, and it's also a lot of fun! Use a straw and a balloon to make a spinning pinwheel.…

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  5. Science for Kids: Make Old Pennies Shiny Again!

    Here's a simple chemistry project for kids to explore - make old pennies shiny and clean again with salt and vinegar! Why do pennies look dull and brown as they…

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  6. Simple Machines Science Lesson: Lift Water with An Archimedes' Screw

    This Archimedes' screw is such a neat science lesson about simple machines! We use screws all the time to hold things together, but screws are also used to raise and…

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  7. 10 Awesome Electricity Science Experiments for Kids

    Whether you're a parent of a teacher, you'll enjoy this collection of awesome electricity science projects and experiments that introduce kids to the power of electricity! Kids will learn about…

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  8. Simple Machines for Kids: LEGO Pulleys STEM Building Challenge

    Combine science and LEGO® building in this fun STEM engineering challenge for kids! Can you build a LEGO® pulley system that makes it easier (less work) to lift a load…

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  9. Build a Simple Electric Motor (Homopolar Motor)

    Learn about electricity with this simple science project for kids - Use a battery, a magnet, and some copper wire to build your own electric motor that really spins! This post…

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  10. Make a CD Case Viewer for Magnets and Iron Filings

    Here is a fun little tip for containing the mess when using iron filings and magnets with kids! We have been studying about magnets in the middle boys' science book.…

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