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  • Show your kids the science of snow with this easy and fun experiment. Armed with just a few household items, this simple experiment teaches your kids some fascinating science facts about snow. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic P...

  • These squishy, shriveled eggs are a wonderfully gross Halloween decoration — and an intriguing science activity, too! These squishy, shriveled eggs are a wonderfully gross Halloween decoration — and an intriguing science act...

  • Use the power of the Sun and objects from nature to create beautiful designs. Use the power of the Sun and objects from nature to create beautiful designs. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholast...

  • Combine science and art to create an outside-in view of a flower. Combine science and art by creating an outside-in view of a flower to better understand all of its parts. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning...

  • Find out how to enjoy some nature with your kids, and make a little jewelry to boot! Enjoy the outdoors while teaching your kids how to assemble a mosaic of natural beauty on their wrists. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Paren...

  • It's like magic: Have your child use a playing card to flip over a glass of water without any leaks. It's like magic: Have your child use a playing card to flip over a glass of water without any leaks. Liz Heinecke...

  • See what kind of canned foods roll the fastest down a slide. A visit to the playground can be a powerful way to show kids basic physics — like how gravity works. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Sc...

  • It takes just minutes for you and your children to make this science fair-worthy volcano. It takes just minutes for you and your children to make this science fair-worthy volcano. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: The L...

  • Mimic the look of tie-dye with this fun and simple art project for your child. Mimic the look of tie-dye with this fun and simple art project for your child. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Schola...

  • If you’re intimidated by science, technology, engineering, and math, here are three activities to encourage your daughter to learn about these subjects. 3 ways to learn about science, technology, engineering, and math togeth...

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