Dancing Science Project
Kids are going to flip when they make this Dancing Science Project that will actually dance! This is such a fun science experiment for kid of all ages. Dancing Science Project Kids are going to flip over this outrageously clever science experiment! This experiment is easy to set-up and will be lots of fun for kids […]
Shrinky Dinks Cell Models • Teacher Thrive
I recently developed a slight obsession with Shrinky Dinks. It was one of my favorite crafting activities as a child, and now as a mom, my daughter is having fun with it too. If you’ve never used it, it’s basically thin sheets of plastic that you can cut and color and then bake in the oven, […]
How to Read a Thermometer Free Fun Printable & Practice
Practicing reading a thermometer is an important life skill that everyone needs to know how to do and this printable makes it easy.
Camping Hack: How to Make Fire With Lemon
Camping Hack: How to Make Fire With Lemon: a perfect scientific experiment for kids to learn electro-chemical reactions and circuitry.
What is blood made of? - I Can Teach My Child!
If you (or your preschooler) has ever asked the question, "what is blood made of?", you must check out this fun activity to learn about the parts of blood.
Animal Life Cycles (FREE Learning Material)
Pinay Homeschooler is a blog that shares homeschool and afterschool activity of kids from babies to elementary level.
Human Body Kids Activities
Hands on kids activities for kids to learn about the human body for homeschool and preschool kids. Human Body Kids Activities Kids are fascinated about their bodies. What’s inside them, why do I grow? Help kids learn about their amazing bodies with these fun, playful human body kids activities from I Can Teach My Child. […]
STEM for Kids: Create a Homemade Marble Run - Buggy and Buddy
Explore physics by creating a homemade marble run at home and exploring what happens to the marble as you make changes to the track. (Just like a roller coaster!)
Learning about our bodies is fun with felt
A fun and meaningful way to introduce human anatomy to young children! I want to welcome my guest today who is Asia from Fun at Home with Kids. Asia, along with the help of her adorable daughter, is here to share with you this amazing life size anatomy
photo credit: lizard-fle-pics, snake-dkimages.com Cool Bug Stuff conducted an experiment to demonstrate how snakes, lizards, and bugs shed their skin / exoskeleton, when they grow and molt. Spread glue on one of your hands and let dry. "Slowly peel dried glue off and discuss the different insects and reptiles that shed or molt." For more bug experiments, activities, teaching ideas, and even recipes, visit Cool Bug Stuff
Human Anatomy Lesson
He likes to be a tease by saying his heart is in his head. I tuckered out and never made a brain, which he keeps reminding me to do. And that's how it's put together. Somewhat. A+. He's putting one of the kidneys on himself to show where they're at. He says he wants to be a doctor and a pilot when he grows up. Go for it, Sam!
Watercolor cell collaborative project
The last few days in 8th grade art have been spent working on a watercolor animal/plant cell project. Watercolor techniques are covered in 7...
Inexpensive Field Guides for Tots - Inner Child Fun
When I took Emily to the book store the other night, we looked for some field guides to add to her backpack for nature hikes, but they were very expensive. I found a great way to make a more child-friendly version. It is simple and easy to make yourself. To make your own bird field …