Introduce your child to STEAM with these fun projects!
STEAM Projects You Can Do Today
Have you ever noticed that if you slice an apple in the morning, it turns brown by lunch? This is actually a chemical reaction at work!
Learn More: Apple Science
Discover the magic of color mixing and capillary action with this easy and exciting science project!
Learn More: Capillary Action Rainbow
Have you ever experienced a static shock when you touch something metal? The shock is because of static electricity which can cause materials to attract or repel each other. Learn about static electricity with these jumping frogs!
Learn more: Jumping Frog Experiment
Upcycle container lids using glue and food coloring to make beautiful suncatchers.
Learn More: DIY Suncatcher
With just baking soda, cornstarch and liquid color you can make these freezable paints and make fizzy art.
Learn More:Erupting Ice Chalk
Search out each letter of the alphabet on an outdoor adventure!
Learn more: Nature’s Alphabet
Get to know your ABCs and 123s! Fill sandwich bags with rice, letters, and numbers to create a game of Find and Seek.
Learn more:Find and Seek ABCs and 123s
Use this colorful experiment to teach your kids about refraction of light and color mixing.
Learn more: Rainbow Refraction
All you need is a plastic bottle, some soap and a sock and you’ll have a blast blowing a GAZILLION bubble suds!
Learn more: Bubble Bottles
Explore your backyard to search for rocks, dig up moss and make this terrarium jar.
Learn more: Mason Jar Terrarium
Grab some sheets, blankets, clothespins and use these tips and tricks for how to build the best blanket fort ever!
Learn more:Build a Blanket Fort
How do plants get water from their roots all the way to their leaves? This simple celery experiment shows how colored water travels up a celery stalk!
Learn more: Celery Experiment
All you need is honey, yogurt, vanilla and a little imagination to make this delicious frozen yogurt bark. Decorate with colorful fruits and nuts!
Learn more: Frozen Yogurt Bark
Make a simple sidewalk paint using water, cornstarch, baking soda and color that washes away.
Learn more: Rainbow Sidewalk Chalk Paint
Make a hopscotch board in your house! Hop along with us and see how we made it.
Learn more: Indoor Hopscotch
Made with only 2 ingredients, this dough is light and airy but clumps together like clouds!
Learn more: Cloud Dough
These little eggheads are an adorable project! Just plant the grass seeds and watch the hair grow. You can even use these eggheads as seed-starter pots because they are biodegradable and full of calcium for your plants!
Learn more: Eggheads
Make lunch more with Animal Face Toast.
Learn more: Animal Face Toast
Press plastic animals into salt dough to make modern fosssils!
Learn more: Salt Dough Dinosaurs
Introduce your kids to Roy G. Biv! (=Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet — or the colors in the rainbow spectrum). This simple game makes practicing colors fun.
Learn more: Roll and Color Game
Dinosaurs are creatures of the past, but you can bring them back to life with this easy, low-mess DIY project! We had so much fun using our imagination to imagine what our dinosaur might look like.
Learn more: Dinosaur Hat
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Experiment with color mixing to create tie-dye, colorful fish. Build a fishing rod and try to catch your fish (while practicing fine motor skills!). Explore different sea creatures with a bath-friendly nesting puzzle.
Assemble and decorate a medical kit, complete with thermometer, stethoscope, and plenty of felt bandages. Use your medical tools and handy doctor checklist to check your patients’ ears, throat, heart, and more. Then use some felt bandages to make them all better!
Make a xylophone and write your own music. Play some jingles on your own koala-shaped tambourine. Decorate your dancing streamer with colorful dots for movement fun.
Introduce your little one to the world of art with painting and sculpture projects! Paint your own brightly colored masterpiece and create a color block painting. Use a shake painting technique to create an abstract sculpture with colorful beads and shapes. Even sign your name to personalize an art smock to make crafting a little more neat!
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