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Five-year-olds are enthusiastic learners and problem solvers. At this age, they are learning to count, starting basic addition/subtraction, and telling time. This is an age where their enthusiasm for problem-solving should be encouraged! You can help develop their STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) knowledge in a fun way with educational toys for 5 and 6...

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...

Creating crystals is one of my favorite science experiments! I used to make borax crystal Christmas ornaments when I was a kid too, so this may be one of my longest standing science experiments! Borax makes the best crystals! They are large and form quickly overnight, so its great if your kids (or you!) are...