How to make liquid water turn into ice instantly with just a few supplies you likely have at home already! This cool science experiment is a fun way for adults and kids to learn about the science behind freezing rain! #scienceexperiments#activitiesforkids#playingwithrain
Why do Fall Leaves Change Colors? This is such a fun, simple, and effective science experiment for kids of all ages from toddler, preschool, and kindergarten, to elementary age kids. #fall#leaves#scienceexperiments
You need to try this with your kids, it will be a hit. My kiddos are always asking for hands on science activities, even if it’s one we have done over and over like this Hovercraft Science experiment project.
I love fireworks! The bursts of colours, the designs and the surprise of what each is going to look like. With this experiment kid get to make their own fireworks and watch them 'explode' right before their eyes. Using only a few safe materials you probably already have at home. #scienceforkids#scienceexperiments#kindergartenactivities
Temporary Extension Cord Protection for Christmas Lights- If you're having a party or some other event in the yard and you need additional electricity sources, here's a great way to keep extension cord plugs dry. Cut notches in the opposite sides of a reusable plastic container and snap on the lid. Your plugs will stay dry if it happens to rain or the ground is moist.
How To Make a Model Spine: STEM for kids! What is our spine and how does it work? Find out with this easy and fun science experiment for kids. Perfect for kindergarten, for preschool, and for elementary kids. Human body activities are a great way to get kids excited about STEM. Plus get free printable directions! Human Body Activities for Kids. STEM for Kids. Model Spine. Science Experiments for Kids. #spinemodel#STEMactivities#scienceexperiments#learningactivity#homeschool#athomelearning T
The answer is gravity: an invisible force that pulls objects toward each other. Earth's gravity is what keeps you on the ground and what makes things fall. ... So, the closer objects are to each other, the stronger their gravitational pull is. Earth's gravity comes from all its mass. #nasa#isro#scienceexperiments#jee#ncert#neet#catexam#examtips