Fun Neighborhood Nature Scavenger Hunt for Kids

What do you see in our neighborhood? You can do a fun scavenger hunt in your back yard, or while taking a walk in your neighborhood. We did this activity in our back yard for the first time, and my son really liked it. Kids can practice observation skills too. You might be able to... Continue Reading →

Living and Non Living Things Activity: Sorting Game

What are the living thing and non-living things? We learned about "Living and Nonliving Things" for 1st Grade science. What makes something a living thing? Do mushrooms alive? How about the clouds in the sky? We learned this topic with a sorting activity. What We Used ScissorsGlue or tapeThe printed PDF file below *Please read... Continue Reading →

Layers of the Earth Project for Kids

How to make a model of layers of the Earth with Play doh We learned about the layers of the Earth and made the model with play doh. It helped my son to understand the Earth's layers, and also it was exciting when we cut the Earth in half! What We Used Blue and green... Continue Reading →

LEGO Activities for Kids: Lego Marble Maze

Make your own marble maze out of Lego bricks! We made a Lego maze on the baseboard. We learned this from our experience, I recommend using higher brick walls so that the marble doesn't jump over the pieces. What We Used Any Lego piecesLego BaseplateMarble (if you don't have, you can make a small ball with aluminum foil) Step... Continue Reading →

Indoor Garden Ideas for Kids: Mung Bean Sprouts

Enjoy seeing how the seeds sprouting! We grew mung bean sprouts for the first time. Crunchy and refreshing, I love to cook them in soup or ramen! I did research the youtube tutorial videos first and seems like a straightforward process. I didn't want to buy extra stuff for this project, so I upcycled the... Continue Reading →

Cardboard Tube Racing Car Track

A fun way to learn physics! We found the long cardboard tube in our garage, so we played car racing! My son learned which type of cars run faster than others, and how the tube angle matters for the speed. We can learn friction and practice observation skills with fun! What We Used Cardboard Shipping... Continue Reading →

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