We love simple science at my house.  Science is fun to me and trying out new experiments with the kids is even more fun.  I love trying to find fun ways for them to learn.  Just exposing them to new things at an early age is important to me.

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We love Candy Science!  It is fun and easy for young kids to enjoy. I also love that we get to use up some holiday candy so we do not eat it.  Last year on Mamas Like Me, she shared More Candy Experiments.  In this post I noticed the

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My kids have so much fun with simple science.  We often use candy for simple science experiments.  The kids love these candy science experiments.  I love that they are easy and great for my young kids.  Even though simple, these science experiments ignite a passion for science in my

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If you follow FSPDT activities and crafts then you know I have been on an apple kick.  Once I decided to plan some apple fun with the kids, the ideas just kept coming.  Today I am sharing a classic science experiment with a twist.  Apple Volcanoes are easy to set up

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  Do you and the kids love candy science?  We do over here at my house.  Finding ways to use up candy that does not include eating it is always a plus at my house.  So what better to do with a few bags of jelly beans than to

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  What better way to explore  science than with a DIY catapult?  The catapult is a great way to talk about trajectory and projectiles with kids. Trajectory- the path followed by a projectile flying or an object moving under the action of given forces. Projectiles- a body projected or impelled forward,

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 It is time for STEM Saturday!! Can’t wait to see what my co-hosts have been up to this week.  This week we are all sharing on a heart theme for  the upcoming holiday of Valentines.     We LOVE baking soda and vinegar science.  Such a simple experiment that my

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 Excited to be joining STEM Saturday!  Each week I aim to bring you a new STEM activity for you and the kids to try out.  The amazing thing is we will also get inspiration from the amazing ideas my fellow co-host share too.  See their posts at the end of

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Some science experiments you can just never do too many times.  The crystal science experiment is one of them for us.  We first tried this when we grew a clover crystal for St. Patrick’s day.  Then we tried growing a crystal rainbow next.  Now we have moved on to

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This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Wet-Nap®, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #ConquerTheMess http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV   We had making ice cream in a bag on our summer bucket list and summer is almost over.  It was now

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I am thrilled to have Tina from Mama’s Like Me guest post for us today for this week’s 10 Things Kids Love.  I had taken some time off from this while I brought you the Fall Sensory Table Series. This topic Tina picked is a terrific way to start

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This gummy bear science experiment is a great starter science experiment for young kids.  I could not wait to gather the few things we needed to do this experiment.  We have just recently started doing science experiments and my preschooler and toddler ( to my surprise for him) just

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