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Snack your way through these fun projects! Each of these edible science crafts includes learning points so that you can teach as you create.
This activity uses different types of cake to model the layers that make up soil. You can bake the cakes yourself or use store-bought varieties.
Did you know plants can grow without soil? Like humans, plants need water to stay hydrated. You can test it out with this growing cress head science craft.
To keep the boredom from setting in, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite KIWI crafts and activities to keep your kiddos occupied.
While the meal may be the main event, these fun Thanksgiving crafts will surely liven any tablescape.
You can buy a conventional party piñata for about $30–or you could make your own with just papier mache and a balloon.
Creating plastic water bottle flowers is an easy eco-project for kids and parents to do together.