Grab all your colors & go with the flow! It only takes a bit of water and tissue paper to tune in on your child’s science learning & more. 2 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.
Tinkering, messing around with materials and creating things is what engineering looks like in early childhood. Here’s how to strengthen your preschooler’s creative skills that grown-up scientists, engineers, and mathematicians use everyday.
Travel along water’s paths. Contemplate rain storms, melting snow, or drying concrete to strengthen environmental awareness and change perception. Ages 2 years & older
A brush, water and a warm day is all you need to make the world your child’s canvas. Prepare to have a splashing good time with your preschooler’s science learning and hand eye coordination too. Ages 2 years & older.
Challenge your little squirt’s ingenuity and silliness with spurting water. Solving these simple, open-ended problems stretches your preschooler’s divergent thinking plus their early math and science skills. Ages 2 years & up.
Pull off a prismatic phenomenon in seconds! Catching rainbows in a bowl gives your preschooler an incredibly simple way to explore basic science and change perception. Ages 2 years and older.
Mesmerize with melting ice and color mixing. Flex your child’s small motor and hand-eye coordination skills while introducing basic science. Ages 3 years & older.
Entrance with the magic of oil and water! Shake up science learning by creating a toy that builds visual acuity. Ages 2 years & older.
Liberate markers from the straight and narrow with wet paper. Watch lines and colors flow while boosting divergent thinking and change perception. Ages 2 years & older.