You Need to Try These Engineering Activities for Kids
Engineering activities for kids that will get their brains and bodies moving! Grab a free engineering challenge printable for even more STEM fun.
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What do sugary drinks do to your teeth?
This fun science experiment for kids uses basic materials to show children what drinks to do to their teeth & how important it is to brush.
50+ Science Activities for Kids: Kid's Co-op
Over 50 fun science activities and experiments for kids including ideas for experiments, potions, physics, weather, and nature study.
Paper Chair: Engineering Challenge Project ~ Great STEM Activity!
Engineering Challenge: Can you create a chair that can hold a stuffed animal using only paper and tape? Materials: (per pair or group) Copy paper One roll of masking tape Stuffed animal (small to medium sized) This packet contains all the information you need to make this a great engineering act...
Liquids & Solids Part 1: Making Butter
Yesterday, we had a special visitor from the dairy farm! We learned how to make butter!! It was definitely a fun intro to our unit on ...
Gross Science Experiments
Make snot, see what poop is made of, explore blood...these disgustingly gross science experiments are definitely not for the squeamish or faint of heart!
Insect Videos for Kids
This post contains affiliate links to products I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. As we studied about insects, I searched YouTube again for engaging, high-quality videos that would complement our unit. I was looking for videos that explain insect traits and characteristics, as well as videos about specific insects. Here is a small sample
Coding Apps for Kids
My son has really taken a liking to coding this past year. He has been playing around on the Scratch website a ton since getting this book Coding for Kids set a while back. He also learned a
Earth’s Orbit Misconception
FREEBIE: What a great visual for students to understand the position of the moon, earth, and sun, and how they orbit!