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Let’s face it: Kids need things to entertain them during breaks from school. As tempting as it can be to let them spend their off days watching TV or playing video games, it’s best to keep them busy with guided activities that offer an educational component. We know that no parent wants to force their...

Sometimes you don't have enough time to do a full experiment during class. But, you still want to be able to demonstrate the lesson! All of these science experiments can be done in about 5 minutes! Plus, you likely already have everything you need to do them. If you don't have everything you need, all...

Five-year-olds are enthusiastic learners and problems solvers. Their imaginations expand into a desire to solve problems in creative ways. They are learning to count, begin basic addition/subtraction, and telling time. This is an age where this enthusiasm for problem solving should be encouraged, and STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) skills can be developed in a...

This one isn't as STEM related as most of our projects, but I think it's such a cool craft! We recently made these mini terrarium necklaces when learning about the water cycle. I still had tons of these tiny jars, so I was brainstorming other possible projects to do with these jars. That's when we...