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Science & Nature Activities for Ages 8-10

Science & Nature Activities for Ages 8-10

 
Ready, get set, ooze! Try this simple science experiment for kids.
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You might have heard that an egg will stand on end on the spring equinox. We researched the truth behind this science myth.
Suggest these 3 easy experiments that will give kids a lesson in biology and physics.
Discover 6 green ways to celebrate Earth Day.
The foam you'll create in this experiment resembles toothpaste being squeezed from a tube — but don't get it in your mouth!
Science is more fun when you can taste it! In this experiment, kids will figure out how their tongues respond to sweetness, sourness, saltiness, and bitterness.
3, 2, 1 . . . take off! Use our template to create a Styrofoam car and test out Newton’s Third Law of Motion.
Chromatography is a lab technique for separating mixtures. Our kitchen-friendly version uses Popsicle sticks and coffee filters.
Watch density in action with ingredients already sitting in your fridge.
The magical night sky is the perfect playground for your child's imagination.
Expect your child to delve into a range of fascinating topics, from the solar system to rocks and minerals.
Discover the surprising strength of an eggshell.
Encourage your child to play, observe, and ask questions at the beach, then explore the answers together.

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