Rock, roll & print with marbles! This unconventional way of painting energizes hand-eye coordination and divergent thinking. Ages 4 years & up.
Seismic science awaits in your cupboard! Making a miniature mountain go kablooey is good fun for your preschooler’s visual acuity and hand-eye coordination too. Ages 3 years & up.
Spawn a science storm with sugar, water, and food coloring. This effortless experiment will stir up your preschooler’s change perception and visual acuity. Ages 2 years & up.
You can grow a garden in winter– with your vegetable scraps! Bringing edible plants back to life nurtures your preschooler’s science learning and divergent thinking too. Ages 2 years & up.
Soft, squishy and ready for play in five minutes or less! Kneading play dough exercises science learning, small and large motor skills with tactile fun. Ages 2 years & up
Shape-shift popcorn into a special treat. It takes just 3 simple ingredients make science learning and creativity into curvy, crunchy concoctions! Ages 2 years & up.
Stir up a souvenir that captures your little one’s hands. Molding this simple dough into long-lasting treasures celebrates your preschooler’s science learning and hand-eye coordination. Ages 2 years & up.
Roll up a speedy, delicious and protein-packed treat. Crush, mix and mash your favorite everyday ingredients into something new to build your preschooler’s science learning too! Ages 2 years & up.
A smidgen of salt plus paint equals magic! Magnify your preschooler’s small motor skills and visual acuity with this creative experiment. Ages 3 years and older.
Chalk goes pop with recycled brown bags and a little water. This surprise spectrum expands your preschooler’s hand-eye coordination and change perception too. Ages 3 years & up.