Science experiments are great! But when you add a special explosion to that experiment it becomes so much better and interesting! Elephant's toothpaste is one of those simple, safe experiments that gets the kids to squeal in delight. Have extra materials on hand because they will ask you to repeat it over and over again.
If you're kid is anything like mine, you have heard the question "why... or what..." at least twenty times a day. I may have some answers but at other times, I just have to respond..."that's a good question, let's look it up.". While painting and talking about primary colors and mixing colors to make new
Create your own Hovercraft Balloon! Materials: 1 Balloon 1 water bottle sport-top (or one from a liquid dish-soap) 1 old CD or DVD Glue Duct tape Directions: 1. Glue the sport-top on tope of the hold of the CD and let it dry thoroughly. 2. Tape the top's base with duct tape. This is to ensure
Do a fun and simple experiment with your little ones to teach them about their Sense-of-Hearing. See how many "mystery sounds" they can identify! Explain to them that their ears help them hear sounds. KidsHealth explains in more detail how the ear is made up of three different sections: the outer ear, the middle ear,
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