5. Requiring almost no additional supplies, the floating egg trick is a great way to teach about density (and totally amaze your kids).
4. Engage your little mad scientists with a colour laboratory – they’ll get to work both their left and right brains as they learn about colour theory and create cool combinations.
3. This rain cloud in a jar is sheer science magic – and helps introduce how rain and clouds work.
2. A perfect activity for the colder months, learn about the phases of the moon with Play-Doh!
1. Nothing says science like a stroll outside! Collect leaves for a foliage journal, uncover logs to find bugs, squelch in the mud and learn about velocity as you leaf jump. Free & easy – no craft supplies required. :)