Discover the magic of color mixing for kids using Oobleck. This is a great hands on way to discover primary and secondary colors!
This shaving cream rain experiment is a fun way to learn about clouds and rainfall! Make it vibrant by using all the colors of the rainbow!
This lacing activity is great for strengthening fine motor skills and hand eye coordination. A super easy to make DIY toy!
This autumn activity for preschool using pine cones & pom poms is a great way to use an ordinary object for strengthening fine motor skills!
This jelly sensory play is all about making an ooey gooey zombie brain that is full of creepy critters! Find out how to make it too!
This oobleck activity is a fun sensory play for Fall! Kids will enjoy tapping into their inner chef to make pumpkin spice oobleck soup!
This Q-Tip skeleton craft is where sensory play and anatomy collide! Cotton swab bones and DIY black play dough combine to look like x-rays!
These pumpkin activities are a fun way for kids to crack open a pumpkin and create some fun festive decor while learning about plants!
This magnetic slime recipe is the coolest! It is the best excuse to play with slime while learning about what scientific magnetic forces are!
Hydrophobic sand, also known as Magic Sand, is sand that doesn’t get wet! Find out how to make this fun science-based activity for kids!
This shaving cream slime recipe makes vibrantly colored fluffy slime! It is super simple to make and has the coolest texture!
Magnetic tile toys are so versatile! Take a break from building castles, and build-a-robot using screws, nuts, and bolts for loose parts!
This acorn project is a fun way to reuse items and create a fun and interactive STEAM experience at the same time – marble run style!
This galaxy in a jar is a fun DIY craft to get kids excited about space exploration. Best part for grown ups? The set-up is so simple!
Painting on ice is a fun way to not only be creative with art, but also learn the science behind melting and freezing points!
This ocean sensory bin is not only a fun way to spark imaginative play with sand and sea creatures, but it’s also so simple to set up!
This food coloring experiment is a fun way to learn density, dissolving, & diffusion. So simple to set up & it looks like fireworks in a jar!
This sink or float experiment is a great way to demonstrate density. The set up is super adaptable, base it on what you have around the home!
This toothpick star science experiment is just like magic! And all you need are a few simple supplies: toothpicks and water!
Oobleck experiments are so easy to set up and are such a great sensory experience! Here’s everything you need to know about it!
Elephant Toothpaste for kids is a fun experiment with a foamy reaction! Here is everything you need to know to do it yourself!
Are you on the hunt for an easy activity for toddlers? This activity is all about color recognition and strengthening fine motor skills!
This rainbow science experiment is a colorful way to explore chemical reactions! Plus, all you need are some common household items!
Bubble slime is slime you can pop! With only just a few ingredients, whipping up a batch is so simple and oh so entertaining to play with!
This Earth Day craft for kids is a super fun way to celebrate our planet! Even the youngest of kids can enjoy making this fun collage.
This science experiment with food will teach kids about the plant life cycle, basic gardening skills, and even the scientific method.
This mix the leaf activity is a fun way to answer the question: blue and yellow make what color? Plus, it’s mess free!
This mix the heart activity is a fun way to answer the question: red and white make what color? Plus, it is a mess free!
A unique, hands on way to learn about the systems of the body. This easy to print, and FREE activity covers 8 body systems!
Discover fizzy chemical reactions while channeling their inner Jackson Pollock with this easy experiment to do at home and beyond.
Introduce your kiddos to chemistry with this fun winter science experiment. All you need is some fake snow with baking soda and vinegar!
Make this DIY catapult out of objects you have around the house. This teaches them beginning science!
This color mixing activity is where gross motor, sensory, and science collide to discover how primary colors mix to form secondary colors!
Here’s a fun science experiment that makes DIY crystals overnight! DIY crystals are easy to create and teach kids about chemistry!
Make this DIY race track out of your leftover toilet paper rolls! It’s so easy and they love playing with it for hours.
Your child will love this color mixing orange activity with yellow and red paint. Even better – there’s no mess!