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Spring Science Ideas  – Dandelions and More
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Spring Science Ideas – Dandelions and More

*This post contains affiliate links. See the disclosure policy for details. These first day of spring activities will get you and your kids excited about flowers, planting gardens, rainstorms, and baby animals. I hope these ideas will help you celebrate the end of winter and the warm, sunny days to come! Spring Science Ideas When I…

Life Cycle Of A Plant Lesson -Free  Printable
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Life Cycle Of A Plant Lesson -Free Printable

One of the best hands-on science lessons you can do with your kids is learning the life cycle of a plant. When my kids were little, they were amazed that they could start with a tiny seed in their hand, give it proper care, and then watch it grow into a large plant with leaves, flowers,…

Easy Science Experiments with Oranges
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Easy Science Experiments with Oranges

Doing science experiments with oranges at home or in the classroom can be easy-to-do, affordable, and fascinating! We’ve put together some science experiments with oranges that even children as young as preschool age will enjoy. All “experiments” we tried were incredibly easy! Download the Free Printable Worksheets Request the free printable which includes worksheets for…

Making Butter in a Jar Science Experiment with Worksheets
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Making Butter in a Jar Science Experiment with Worksheets

This making butter in a jar experiment is an excellent chemistry activity that is super-easy and one all ages will enjoy. We have set up our butter experiment with an interesting dependent and independent variable. Before you start making butter in a jar, download our free Making Butter worksheets. This printable pack has something for…

Coffee Filter Painting – A Surprise Science Lesson
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Coffee Filter Painting – A Surprise Science Lesson

In this coffee filter painting STEM activity, we stumbled upon a surprise science lesson about capillary action. Capillary Action is the movement of water through a medium because water molecules like to stick to other water molecules, and stick to other substances. This color-changing flower activity and the paper towel activity in this post are…

Color Changing Flowers Experiment with Free Printable
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Color Changing Flowers Experiment with Free Printable

In this captivating color changing flowers experiment, your children will explore the fascinating world of plant physiology and water absorption. This engaging hands-on activity involves placing white carnations in differently colored water and observing the mesmerizing transformation of the petals. This is one of those activities that can be done with all ages, including preschool!…