Connect with your backyard feathered friends and experiment with some simple kitchen science while making observations about nature. Learn More.
Play around with a variety of ingredients to create your own bubble solution. Tinker with objects you find around the house to make bubble wands. Make observations about what solution yields the biggest, strongest bubbles and how bubbles made with different solutions behave differently. Learn More.
Create your own lava lamp using household materials. Explore how density and effervescence work together to make colors swirl and move. Learn More.
Play with electrons and static in your house using your faucet. Explore how you can bend water using your own hair. Learn More.
Build a bee hotel and fill it with friendly bees. Take a buzz around outside and pretend to pollinate. Learn More.
Butter is made by separating the fat molecules from the liquid in cream. When you shake cream for a period of time, the fat molecules clump together into a solid called butter. The liquid that is separated from the fat is called buttermilk. Learn More.
Recycle paper towel rolls, eggshells and other kitchen items to start seeds for a garden. Once the seeds sprout, these homemade pots can be planted directly in the ground. Learn More.