Fun and easy leaf people craft - My Mommy Style
This leaf art project can be used along with a lesson about leaves. This craft great for kids in preschool, kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade.
Quick Craft - Craft Stick Dolls
Creative kids making popsicle dolls. Brought to you by BlogHer and Disney's "The Pirate Fairy", an all-new Tinker Bell movie on blu-ray and digital HD, April 1.
Floating Ball Activity — All for the Boys
Science Toys for Clever Kids. Juguetes de ciencia para niños. Robots, Anatomy, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Learning, Books, Mathematics, Mechanics, Microscopes,
Sara Eberhart on Instagram: “2nd grade's woven portrait turned out adorbs but SHEW! It took forever and a day. 4 weeks to be exact. And many STILL aren't finished.”
2nd grade's woven portrait turned out adorbs but SHEW! It took forever and a day. 4 weeks. And many STILL aren't finished.
CD Spinning Top Craft and Science Project for Kids - Buggy and Buddy
Reuse an old CD to make a spinning top- an easy craft for kids and a great science lesson on physics! This STEM / STEAM activity if perfect for kids of all ages and meets the NGSS for Kindergarten on pushes and pulls! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com
25 DIY Musical Instruments
Life is more fun with music, and your kids will love these musical instruments. Kids will make music with anything. From when they are little and clanging pots together in your kitchen, until when they are big enough to bring home their first recorder from school, kids LOVE making music. These 25 DIY musical instruments are awesome because not only are they pretty and inexpensive to make, they are also all totally playable. So get the band together, it's time to jam! Your young rocker is…
DIY STRESS BALLS with BAKING SODA | Things to do when you're bored this summer
This tutorial shows you how to make squishy mesh slime stress ball out of baking soda and hair conditional. DIY Slimes inspired by food: https://youtu.be/d3U...
Space Lander Mission — Vivify STEM
Last year, I started a new Space Club program at four middle schools. Not wanting to reinvent the wheel, I searched the web for ideas and curriculum to implement. I soon became excited to find great resources like NASA and TeachEngineering, but I was also overwhelmed as a simple Google search for "Space STEM activities" gives you a mere 89 million hits. Wading through a lot of junk eventually brought some gems that I could implement, and I leave it to another post to rant about t