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Fare una tempesta di neve in un JAR Science divertimento invernale per i bambini

Fare una tempesta di neve in un JAR Science divertimento invernale per i bambini

Children have an innate sense of curiosity. Such curiosity leads them to an exploration of the world around them and the natural progression to science. Science

Children have an innate sense of curiosity. Such curiosity leads them to an exploration of the world around them and the natural progression to science. Science

soil erosion experiment

soil erosion experiment

Great ideas for early learners.

Great ideas for early learners.

This sponge toss water activity is a great way for kids or adults to cool off this summer. It's super easy and inexpensive to put together and works great for group or family activities.

This sponge toss water activity is a great way for kids or adults to cool off this summer. It's super easy and inexpensive to put together and works great for group or family activities.

¡No dejes caer la bombita de agua! Juego con toallas

¡No dejes caer la bombita de agua! Juego con toallas

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FUN SCIENCE FOR KIDS: Oil & Water Experiment. Great for all ages!

FUN SCIENCE FOR KIDS: Oil & Water Experiment. Great for all ages!

How to make a quick and easy fluffy slime with just 3 household ingredients. This is one of the fluffiest, stretchiest and squishiest slimes we have ever played with!

How to make a quick and easy fluffy slime with just 3 household ingredients. This is one of the fluffiest, stretchiest and squishiest slimes we have ever played with!

Mix up this DIY glitter slime right in a Ziploc® container. Just stir 1 bottle of clear glue together with the food coloring and glitter of your choice, then slowly add in ¼ cup of liquid starch. It’s an easy sensory activity for the kids. The perfect no-mess solution for arts and crafts time when you’re stuck indoors.

Mix up this DIY glitter slime right in a Ziploc® container. Just stir 1 bottle of clear glue together with the food coloring and glitter of your choice, then slowly add in ¼ cup of liquid starch. It’s an easy sensory activity for the kids. The perfect no-mess solution for arts and crafts time when you’re stuck indoors.