Category Archive: Science Crafts

Jul 08

Easy DIY Playdough Recipe That is Safer for Kids

Did you know that boric acid may be found in some recipes for homemade playdough, putty, slime and modelling clay? Found naturally in the environment, boric acid can also be used in common consumer products like toys, cosmetics, cleaning products and pesticides. Although natural sources of boric acid in food are considered safe, Health Canada …

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Jul 23

Crafts for Kids

Looking for some fun & easy craft projects to do with the kids?  Then have a look at these fun, easy, and educational children’s craft ideas to do at home: Easy Crafts For Kids There are some really easy crafts for kids. All they need are a few supplies like pipe cleaners, construction paper, toothpicks, macaroni …

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Sep 05

Craft Project: Building a Volcano

Well, since I did a cheat sheet on volcanoes and I have talked about them a few times, I thought I would give you a how-to on building a volcano. This is actually a pretty fun activity and many kids can take advantage of this when they need a science project in school. It is …

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Sep 01

Fun with Science: Baking Soda and Vinegar

You have probably seen this experiment before but it is one of my favorites so I wanted to share.  If you can’t tell by the photograph, I do this activity often enough to warrant purchasing the big box of baking soda.  I think it has something to do with the fact that I feel like …

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