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Human Body Activities for Kids

Kitchen Science: What's inside a drop of blood? How to make a microscopic model of blood with ingredients from the kitchen. #scienceforkids #handsonscience

What's Inside a Drop of Blood?

Kitchen Science: What's Inside a Drop of Blood? karo syrup (plasma), red cinnamon candies (red blood cells), dry lima beans (white blood cells), and lentils (platelets) Circulatory System lesson

What a cool way to teach genetics in a hands on and delicious way.  Great if you teach in a special education classroom.  Go to:  http://thehappyhousewife.com/homeschool/teach-genetics-with-edible-dna/

Teach Genetics With Edible DNA

Make science fun? Your school-age kids will enjoy making an edible DNA model, while learning about science!


DIY Tabletop Biosphere

Human Biology: Make a model of bones and the skeletal system. Good activity for Apologia Exploring Creation. Human body lesson. #homeschool

All Things Beautiful: Human Biology: Bones and the Skeletal System. This page has a lot of awesome hands on ideas for teaching about the skeletal system

All three of my kids love Science and I love that I can also learn right along with them. We’re trying to incorporate more hands-on experiments and activities because I really feel like that is a great way for kids to learn. Learning about the human body was always one of my favorite topics in... [Read More...]

Human Body Learning Activities for Kids

Human Body Learning Activities for Kids - These activities are perfect for adding to your homeschool curriculum or using them as fun activities during the summer or anytime!

rain cloud in a jar

shaving cream, water, food color and a pipette! Experiment for Kids- Make a Rain Cloud in a Jar {Fun & educational Science kids LOVE!

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19 Kitchen Science Experiments You Can Eat

Awesome list of science projects kids can make and eat too. Great list for summer for Preschool, Kindergarten, grade, grade, and grade elementary students. Sounds like a fun cooking class idea