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34 articles in "Science"

  • Make Weather in Your Kitchen

    Ashley Young - Learning » Science

    If you live in the U.S., there is a good chance that your weather has been in the news recently. Record-setting high temperatures and crazy rainstorms are just some of the headline-grabbing weather we've seen this summer. With all of this talk about weather, your kids migh.... read more

  • Using Science to Find Your Way

    Ashley Young - Learning » Science

    Navigation is a skill we use every single day. Whether you use your GPS to locate the newest smoothie place or your internal compass to navigate your kid's room in the dark, you rely on navigation skills to get around. Here are a few suggestions for introducing and practicing .... read more

  • Inspiring Wonder at the Natural World: The Books of Steve Jenkins

    Eliza Clark - Learning » Science

    Many describe babies as natural scientists. They test their environment (including their parents) ceaselessly in order to figure out how things work. They drop food from the high chair to learn about gravity; they shake everything they pick up to see what sound it mig.... read more

  • Science of the Night Sky

    Ashley Young - Learning » Science

    Nights might be short in the summer, yet the warm weather (and no need to get up for school in the morning) make it the ideal time for stargazing. Here are some ideas to get your little Galileos interested in the science behind twinkling celestial bodies. Get MoonyHave your ki.... read more

  • Making Slime

    Ashley Young - Learning » Science

    The summer is the perfect time of year for all things gooey, and slime is a great way to get outside, get messy, and have fun at the same time. Below is the basic recipe for making slime along with a few fun variations...Basic Slime Recipe2 cups cornstarch1½ cups warm waterSl.... read more

  • What Happens Next? Four Activities to Get Them Thinking

    Ashley O'Neill - Learning » Science

    Babies like to put every item within reach into their tiny mouths, just to see how they taste and feel. Toddlers enjoy ripping and breaking things, just to see how they are made. Preschoolers ask "why?" on average every fifteen seconds, just to figure out how things work. And .... read more

  • Garden Science

    Eliza Clark - Learning » Science

    Science and young children.... Can those words possibly belong in the same sentence?Making babies and caring for newborns can, of course, seem like one giant, marvelous science experiment from the parental point of view. But now that our milky bundles have turned into som.... read more

  • Gardening with Kids

    J Jordan - Learning » Science

    When I was a kid, we had a small plot in the back of our house, just big enough to grow a few various and sundry things in. I don't really remember what we grew, but I remember having it. As I got older I began to take part in the activities of gardening. Like many families.... read more

  • Experiments with Light

    Ashley Young - Learning » Science

    It's the time of year when the days are getting shorter and shorter. By the time everyone in your family is home from work and school, it's probably already dark outside (or close to it). In the interest of fighting off the darkness, this month we are bringing you some fun exp.... read more

  • The Science of Snowflakes: Facts and Activities for Children

    Laure Latham - Learning » Science

    Six is the magic number for snow - did you know that? If you had a big magnifier and stepped outside with your children on a cold winter day to watch snow fall from the sky, here is what you might observe - six-sided hexagonal crystals, needles or flat six-sided crystals, and .... read more

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