Encourage your child’s wonder in the universe around us.
Inspire your young scientist to explore the variety of insects living in our world.
Further your child’s interest in animals while gaining practice in sorting and classifying.
Take a field trip with your child and explore how food gets to the dinner table.
Bring learning in for a landing! Let your young engineer design her own miniature parachutes.
Turn science into theater with this activity.
Investigate the science of sound with your child.
Let this experiment sound loud and clear for your child.
Introduce your child to chemistry. Help him create a suspension and investigate its properties.
Help your child harvest the power of the sun and cook some simple snacks.
Your little meteorologist can build a rain gauge to help him deliver his own weather reports.
You r child will know which way the wind blows after building this meteorology tool.
This home science experiment explodes with fun and flavor.
Use this simple experiment to introduce your child to essential science skills
Help your young scientist create his own additions to the fossil record.
Use this activity to explore with your child how sweat cools us down when our body temperature rises.
Research your child's favorite animals, then follow up with a fun visit to the zoo.
Create some tasty treats for the wildlife in your child’s own backyard.
Have your child collect leaves outside, then make a book identifying the different types.
Small things look really cool with a magnifying glass.
Cooking is a fun and practical learning activity for children. When you cook with your child, you can talk about family traditions and expose your child to new foods and flavors. Use these tips to ensure a positive experience for you and your child.
A father’s involvement in his daughter’s life has been shown to increase her interest in math and sciences. Find out more about the influence of the father-daughter connection.
Educational research has shown that while many young girls excel at math and science, most girls lose interest or become discouraged by middle school. Here are some ways to keep your daughter's test tubes bubbling.
Reinforce the math and science skills your child is learning at school with fun projects and ideas you can do at home.
Success in second grade requires a child to be a much more independent learner than she was in first grade. Is your child ready?
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