Whether you are homeschooling your children or just looking for some educational science activities to do with your kids, then you will love these fun magnet science experiments. You can find inexpensive magnet kits on Amazon. “I Spy” Magnet Experiment This experiment is fun for preschoolers or any child who is just learning about what…Read More 5 Fun Magnet Experiments for Kids
My boys and I recently watched Bill Nye the Science Guy’s video about Marine Animals. We learned a lot of great facts, such as how a whale or dolphin’s blubber keeps it warm. We have actually performed that experiment by coating a thermometer with vaseline and placing the thermometer in cold water. The vaseline acts…Read More Are Sounds Louder Under Water?
Fostering and supporting our children’s interest in the field of science can help to balance their learning and curiosity. Learning through play can enhance what your children are being taught in school. In grades 2, 3 and 4 children are expected to demonstrate an understanding of magnetism, gravity and light. Using one of several science…Read More Hands on Science for Kids aged 7-12
My boys have been having a lot of fun trying out science experiments that they have seen on YouTube. Just search “bubble snake” on YouTube and you will see bubble snakes of all sizes, shapes and colors. This experiment is very easy. All you need is: Water bottle Food coloring Wash cloth Bubble solution Shallow…Read More Bubble Snake
My boys have been wanting to try this experiment for awhile. They first saw it on YouTube when they were watching science videos made by Doctor Mad Science. This experiment involves the reaction between milk and dish soap. For this experiment you will need: Pie pan Milk Food coloring Liquid dish soap Q-tip The key…Read More Homeschool Science: Milk and Soap Magic