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Science & Nature Activities for Ages 3-5

Science & Nature Activities for Ages 3-5

 
Conduct experiments with your kids using the materials you have around the house.
To help your family prepare for this stellar light show, try this fun and easy activity that will allow you to safely see the eclipse.
Our frosty frozen fruit treats are a refreshing snack and a super science experiment.
We present a bouquet of gardeners' tips and tricks to get everyone in your family into the dirt.
Encourage your young child's natural curiosity about the world around him by keeping science-related materials handy.
Keep your child exploring and playing all summer long.
Intrigue your toddler with this sticky stuff.
What do flowers, trees, bugs, birds, and your child have in common? They all flourish outside!
Kids love digging holes and building castles with sand, but this ancient play stuff is packed with possibilities that go beyond the pail.
Whoosh! This great craft will teach your child the power of a summer breeze.
What you need:  plastic berry baskets  big plastic bowl  squares of aluminum foil  big spoon&n
This versatile vegetable project is a treat for the eyes and the mouth.
Encourage a budding scientist to make and use this homemade tool.
The warm weather is great for bird watching. Make a bird feeder with your child to attract some feathered friends to your yard.

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