Parents | Raising readers & learners.

Home of Parent & Child Magazine

Science & Nature Activities for Ages 6-7

Science & Nature Activities for Ages 6-7

 
Make a home for a caterpillar — and observe the magic!
You might have heard that an egg will stand on end on the spring equinox. We researched the truth behind this science myth.
They're one-of-a-kind — and tasty, too!
Space enthusiasts will enjoy this quick, hands-on experiment.
What kinds can your child find?
P&C November 2006 birdhouse project
A blizzard of playful activities that you can do outdoors and in.
Dress up an ordinary jar with natural materials.
The season's colors and textures provide a harvest of natural playthings to collect, observe, and manipulate.
Suggest these 3 easy experiments that will give kids a lesson in biology and physics.
Get crafty, creepy, and crawly with magnets.
If your child adores undersea life, help him create an ocean scene in a box.
Learn about insect bodies with these creepy crawlers.
Optical illusions defy the old saying, “What you see is what you get.”
Recycle a plastic soda bottle and feed your family's feathered friends.

Pages

Find Just-Right Books

Find Just-Right Books

The Reading Toolkit