Help your kids learn to love science this Valentine’s Day! We’ve put together a list of 35+ Valentine science activities from our favorite kid bloggers to help you make this day fun and educational. From fizzy hearts to tasty rock candy and fun love potions, you’re sure to find an activity your little one will fall for. Let us know which activities you try!
When you’re crafting with the kids, you want to stimulate as many of the senses as possible. One terrific way to introduce a more tactile, sensory experience into your art is with bubble wrap. It’s such a fun material to work with. In fact, here are 15 amazingly fun bubble wrap art ideas to inspire your next crafting adventure.
Forget about luck – figure out WHY things work the way they do with these fun, colorful St. Patrick’s Day science experiments for kids. We’ve compiled a super fun list of green and rainbow-themed experiments to get your kids excited about science. Grow some sprouts on a shamrock-shaped sponge, make magic leprechaun rocks that reveal gold coins or grow some rainbow crystals of your own. You’re sure to find a wonderful and educational activity to celebrate the luckiest day of the year here.
I don’t know what it is about fall, but I crave warm blankets, hot chocolate and lots of hot, buttery popcorn. 🙂 But popcorn isn’t just fun for eating. It’s fun for playing and learning, too. Popcorn can be used in all sorts of ways for sensory and craft activities as well as cool science experiments. Here are 10 ways to play and learn with popcorn. Enjoy them with your kiddo!
We had so many fabulous links at last week’s Get Your Shine On party that we’ve decided to feature even more of our favorites in a roundup every week. This week’s collection is spring activities for kids. It includes crafts, activities AND recipes, so you can get your kids involved with something fun no matter what the weather is. Check out these creative ideas for spring-inspired fun with the kiddos. [Read more…] about 7 Spring Activities for Kids
Our son is really into musical sounds lately, so I knew that I wanted this Christmas sensory bin to include something that makes sounds. What’s more appropriate during the month of December than some good old jingle bells? So, with a little inspiration from my fellow bloggers’ peppermint sensory bins, I created this Bells, Bows and Peppermint sensory bin. It was a big hit.