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Fascinating Easter egg science experiments for kids, easy STEM activities at home in the kitchen, science class and science fairs: egg drop, naked egg or rubber egg using vinegar, silver egg, walk on eggs, ... Fun kitchen science STEM activities using Easter eggs #iGameMomSTEM #ScienceForKids #STEMforKids #ScienceActivities #STEMactivities #STEMeducation
Illustrate the frog life cycle with pom poms and pipe cleaners by making pom pom frogs, tadpoles and eggs! First, a pom pom frog was just a simple craft to do with kids, but we ended up making frog puppets and building a frog small world. #stem #hom
Light Refraction Magic Trick #FunSTEM #Video #rookieparentingscience
FREE Human Body Printables for Kids. Teach your kids about their bodies and the different organs. Great for homeschooling to learn about the human body. #HumanBody #homeschooling #printables
Science for Kids: Balancing Robot FREE Printable- Fun STEM activity for exploring balance and center of gravity!
Simple STEM activity for kids. Pom Pom Drop made from empty cardboard tubes!
FREEBIE: What a great visual for students to understand the position of the moon, earth, and sun, and how they orbit!
Great science is as simple as walking into the kitchen with this erupting lemon chemistry experiment! We enjoy all kinds of simple science and STEM using common household ingredients. This fun science activity can even be taken outside for easy clean up. Perfect for summertime science any day of the year
Continents and oceans worksheets. #continentsandoceans #worksheetsforkids #freeprintables
This floating dry erase marker stick man trick is awesome! Perfect science/ kids activity to try.
Rainbow Craft with How To Video: Easy Crafts for Kids from The Chirping Moms
We created a tower out of thin building blocks (Kapla) and started placing heavier and heavier stuff on it. You'd be surprised how much weight those little things can carry! The trick is to maintain at all times the center of gravity! Try it at home, but be careful with putting the kids on top of the tower... Have fun!