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Exploring Experiments at “The Science Fair”

Appropriate for ages: Kindergarten through 2nd grade This activity includes a story about kindergarten students learning about fifth-grade science projects...

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Tangle Toy Art

Is the rain putting a damper on your sidewalk art? Never fear, Tangle Toy is here! Create art inside on...

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Easy-to-Make Tactile Tracking Paths

Get creative with inexpensive fun craft tape, in various widths, to create patterns like zigzag and stair-steps. Use the paths...

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Bippity Boppety Boo—Now You Say It, Too!

Use this activity to build your child’s listening skills and awareness of spoken sounds and help them gain the ability...

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 “Same Sounds” Scavenger Hunt

Make it a B-B-Beautiful Day Increase your child’s awareness of beginning word sounds with this easy activity using items found...

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Balloon Lung Activity

Appropriate for Elementary School students Let’s learn about our extraordinary lungs! You can simulate the action of the lungs with...

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Play an Estimation Game

Looking for an easy way to practice math skills with your child? How about playing a fun estimation game?! Here...

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Measure Angles Anywhere

Looking for a fun way for your elementary school child to practice their math skills? How about measuring angles using...

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Strawberry Science: A DNA Experiment

Appropriate for middle and high school students. Parent/teacher supervision is required. As many of you know, DNA is the substance...

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Jellybean Activities

What’s your favorite flavor? We’re not talking about ice cream, we’re talking jellybeans! Forty-six years ago there were only seven...

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The Long Journey of Your Food

Appropriate for K-12 After measuring it, you would be surprised at how far food travels through the body after it...

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Free and Fun Fraction App!

Being away from school and teachers doesn’t mean your child’s math skills have to get rusty. You can help your...

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Which Ice Cube Melts Faster?

Looking for a kid-friendly science experiment to do at home with your child? With some simple ingredients found around the...

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Sock Sort Relay

Skills to work on for this lesson: Gross Motor Fine Motor O&M Math (comparing size, length, and numbers) PE Get...

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Use Water and Soap to Wash Away Germs

Appropriate age for this activity: Elementary School Engage in this activity to emphasize how important it is to use soap...

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