All in Kids' Science
An easy, summery chemistry experiment for kids who don't mind making a mess.
Sink and float are one of the top science activities for preschool and kindergarten kids. I've seriously had 3 year olds stick with this for 50 minutes.
Exploring sound waves from instruments to telephones.
Using the world of dinosaurs to bring numbers to life with young learners.
A challenge to make a CD hovercraft results in engineering troubleshooting and a simple air pressure demo.
Studying and recording how ice melts. Plus, questions to think about for grown ups!
My cousin Ethan came over (he's 13) and we made his first video game ever!
A simple way to learn about wheels and axles for kids of all ages.
Building with popsicle sticks, geared for the younger crowd.
More of our playdough circuit adventures. This time, a cute video of the older kids at work.
Using electric playdough for preschool motor skills and an intro to circuit diagrams.
EXPLOSIONS EVERYWHERE MEANS HAPPY KIDS
Building balancing structures turned out to be more of a challenge than expected.
Building catapults takes nothing more than popsicle sticks and elastics and a bit of invention.
SO! As an introduction to molecular gastronomy at Saturday Science, we did both caviar and spaghetti, made out of JUICE.
We tried the Draw a Scientist test at Saturday Science, and we got some great results.
Back at Saturday Science, the little ones made their own tangram sets and let their imaginations run wild.