This week my daughter decided she wanted cookies this week. Thing is, they just weren’t coming out right. She tried multiple recipes and tweaked things in different ways in an attempt to get the perfect cookie. However, it just didn’t seem to work. I decided it was time to put together a cookie science project for her so that she can practice baking and learn some of the science about why cookies cook the way they do. Make sure to scroll down for the printable that goes with this project.
Sicking of hearing “I’m bored” this Summer? Maybe it’s time to let the kids get messy with some Science. These Messy Summer Science projects are a great way to keep kids busy while they have fun learning. I love a good messy science project because it will challenge kids to think while encouraging them to laugh a lot! Pick a few of these to help you bring a smile to your child’s face this week.
Messy Summer Science Projects
This month we have been working a lot on learning about sound and how our ears process sound. I put together this fun sound unit study to go with R’s curriculum and she has been having so much fun with it. I have included some really great tips, resources, experiments, and ideas you won’t want to miss out on.