Glitter Vortex Science

Glitter Vortex Science

If your kids love science, glitter, and space, they will love this fun glitter vortex science experiment! In this experiment, kids will learn how vortexes work and how they can make their own inside a glass beaker. Using just a few supplies, kids will make their own...
Sensory Blindfold Science Activity

Sensory Blindfold Science Activity

You don’t have to be an older kid to enjoy science. Preschoolers can get involved with science activities, too! In this simple sensory blindfold science experiment, preschoolers learn all about the sense of touch and learn how they can identify textures just on...
Ice Cream in a Bag: Exothermic Reactions

Ice Cream in a Bag: Exothermic Reactions

  An exothermic reaction is a chemical reaction that releases light or heat. In this case, heat is released from molecules moving around, but it has the surprising effect of freezing cream into ice cream! Kids will love this tasty demonstration of science and will ask...
Skittles Rainbow Science Experiment

Skittles Rainbow Science Experiment

When it comes to candy, my kids are huge fans. They went to a 4th of July parade and came back with more candy than they even get at Halloween, which means I had to come up with a way to use it up fast or they would eat it all in about three days. We’ve wanted...
Blindfold Candy Taste Test Experiment

Blindfold Candy Taste Test Experiment

When it comes to candy, you usually don’t have to ask kids to come and eat it twice, but did you ever stop to think about why we think certain candies taste like natural foods, despite having completely artificial flavoring? In this fun and tasty science...