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Science Fun: Rainbow in a Jar

Science Fun: Rainbow in a Jar

Add a little color to your day with an easy DIY craft! You can create this simple experiment with ingredients you may already have at…
Science Fun: Salty Ice

Science Fun: Salty Ice

Looking for an easy, at-home science experiment? Watch how salt makes ice melt quickly with this fun, colorful project! Supplies: Water frozen in cups or…
Science Fun: Magic Ice

Science Fun: Magic Ice

This kid-friendly science experiment is perfect for a hot summer day! Your child will enjoy engaging in sensory play with these magical, fizzing ice cubes.…
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Science Fun: Dancing Gummy Worms

Turn a popular fruit candy into at-home science experiment with this fun science activity for kids! By combining just a few common cooking ingredients with…
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Science Fun: Tornado in a Bottle

This easy, at-home science project helps children understand the circular motion of tornadoes. It’s the perfect way to explore weather with your little one! Supplies:…
Science Fun: DIY Rain Cloud Experiment

Science Fun: DIY Rain Cloud Experiment

Is your little one curious about clouds and rain? Learn more about the weather with this easy and educational science activity for kids. Using just…
Explore Science With This Fun, Bubbling Potion

Explore Science With This Fun, Bubbling Potion

Your child will bubble over with excitement when baking soda and vinegar react in this DIY bubbling potion! Have fun learning and experimenting together with…

Summer Adventure Club: Robotics Teaches Life Skills in a Fun Way

Participating schools will host a junior robotics competition and teach engineering design. Read why robotics is beneficial for early childhood development.

Fun + Learning = A Summer of Adventure

Summer Adventure Club includes engineering challenges, scientific experiments and themed activities designed to empower children’s fullest potential. Check out a sample of themes that students can discover.
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