Try this simple and fun sun-print activity with your little one. All you need is construction paper and a few small items from your home! For our small items, we used scissors, an empty roll of masking tape, letter magnets, a chopstick, a comb, and a paper clip.
Does your little one pretend to talk on the phone with you? We have a few pretend phones the children play with, and it's quite funny to hear their conversation. They greet and say good-bye in the same manner as I do too, which I find pretty amusing. We had more fun with the idea
Does your child ever ask you questions about space? This is a great way to introduce the relationship between the sun, Earth, and moon. It's a fun hands-on way to show how the Earth orbits the sun, and how the moon orbits the Earth. You will need: Yellow construction paper (for the sun) Blue construction paper (for
This is probably one of the quickest science experiments you can do, while receiving one of the biggest "WOW" factor from your kiddos! Basically, all you need is a bar of Ivory brand soap and a microwavable plate! As with a lot of our experiments, we like to do a sink or float test. Ask
With this fun science experiment, you can show how stems are important to bringing water and nutrients to a plant. But warn your little ones that they will have to be patient before they can observe any changes. My boys always look forward to exciting and instant results in our science experiments at home, so