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Encouraging learning through creativity and play.
Encouraging learning through creativity and play.

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Did you know that a lemon battery can power a light bulb or a clock? Did you know that other fruit can become a battery as well? Today I’m partnering with Green Works to tell you about StemBox – a monthly subscription service aimed at girls ages 7-13.…

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These Easter egg math games uses a hundred chart to practice number recognition, counting, addition, and more. It’s a fun way to use your plastic Easter eggs. You can also create Easter egg hundred chart mystery pictures. Easter Egg Math with a Hundred…

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Are your kids interested in how things work? Do they get excited about electronics, electricity, circuits, and lights? Would they like to build their own electronic devices? I have a super fun way to teach electronics to kids to share with you. EEME sent…

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Do your kids love cars, planes, trains, and basically anything that goes? Set up a Things That Go Experiment for your child and watch them have fun playing. My kids have been playing with our setup for 4 days and they’re not tired of it yet! Affiliate…

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Are you looking for an Easter themed way to practice numbers and fine motor skills? You’ll love our Easter Egg Counting Game! Easter Egg Counting Game I created this game for my toddler, Lily (22 months). It has small parts, so adult supervision is a…

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This month the Virtual Book Club for Kids is featuring The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter. We were inspired by the garden to try a plant science experiment. We want to find out which plant will grow the best. Affiliate links are included in this…

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March is National Reading Month, which kicks off with Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read Across America Day on March 2nd. It seems only appropriate to combine my two favorite things – reading and science. I’ve partnered with some amazing bloggers to bring you…

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Are you looking for an easy way to entertain your toddler? Does your child like to pretend to cook? This Easter egg sensory play uses plastic eggs to create a fun sensory experience for your child. Affiliate links are used in this post. Easter Egg Sensory…

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Rainbow foam eggs are a colorful science activity to do this time of year when Easter eggs are readily available. Have fun experimenting and changing the amounts to see what happens. Rainbow Foam Eggs Our rainbow foam eggs combine yeast, soap, and…

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Are you looking for science ideas to do around Easter? Or are you looking for ways to use your plastic Easter eggs? Try these science activities with plastic Easter eggs! Science Activities with Plastic Easter Eggs Fun with Ramps Egg Rolling Baby Game –…
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