Oobleck Art: A Preschool STEAM Activity

This activity is a creative twist on typical oobleck play that allows kids to use the substance as both a canvas and a medium to create colorful works of art!

Cook With The Sun: Solar Ovens!

With this easy project made of household materials you can cook with energy from the sun. This is a great hands-on activity and a neat way to learn about solar energy and the Greenhouse Effect.

Fun With Foam: Chemical Reactions!

This ‘cool’ activity results from a similar chemical reaction as the ole baking soda and vinegar trick, but produces a chilly foam that kids of every age will love to stir and squish!Β 

Sound Waves: DIY Musical Instruments

There are so many natural ways to make sounds and learn about the vibrations that bring music to our ears. Β With these 3 simple projects, your kids can make their own musical instruments using items found in your own kitchen!

Evaporation STEAM Activity: Sidewalk Painting

In this STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) activity, kids will use art to learn about the sun’s role in evaporating water. It is great for little scientists of all ages!

Answering the “Whys”: Learn About Tornados and Air Pressure

In this set of activities, kids will make a mini tabletop tornado and demonstrate the power of air pressure. These are best for kids over 3 (my 3-1/2-yr-old thought everything was really cool), though the tornado tube may provide some entertainment for tiny scientists as well!