Sorry to interrupt your day, but if you were wondering how to have a blast a home with your kids. I have another fun science activity for you and your bundle of lava. With all these puns, maybe you’ve figured out the activity- DIY, safe for home, volcanoes!! Ingredients you will need: Baking soda (several tablespoons) Vinegar (I cup or 8 oz) Food coloring (or paint) For extra precautions, you can lay down some paper or wear an apron to avoid any mess Here’s how to make the vo
Does your child love bubbles? Maybe you've thought about keeping bubbles in a jar. How can we make that happen? Maybe it's time to try making your very own Lava Lamp!! Materials: 1 clean plastic bottle Ｗater Vegetable Oil Fizzing tablets (such as Alka Seltzer) Food Coloring Instructions: First, fill the bottle up about 1/4th with water. Next, pour the vegetable oil in the bottle until almost full. Then, add a few drops of your favorite food coloring. Last, break your fizzy ta
With Halloween just gone by, parents- are you having a headache wondering what to do with all that leftover candy? Here is a healthy way to have fun with candy, without cavities involved, or your children holding a grudge because "I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy" Never fear, science is here! Please enjoy this short but fun science activity- Science in Candy Land! What You Will Need: 1. Skittles 2. Small Cup of Hot Water 3. 1 Bowl Instructions: Step 1: Place the
Have you ever had your children tag along in the kitchen while you are cooking or cleaning, and wondered...how can I keep them entertained and occupied while I am busy? Moms, dads, and caregivers, never fear! Science is here!!
Behold...Magic Milk!!! What will you need:
2. A bowl
3. Food Coloring
4. Cotton Swabs
5. Some dish soap First, pour some milk into the bowl Second, squeeze a few drops of different colors as you like Third, take a cotton swab and dab the dis
Have a secret message to share or a surprise to reveal?
Here's a fun science activity that can show you how it's done! How to make the Invisible Ink? First, add approximately 60ml of water and some baking soda into a bowl Next, mix everything together Then, dab the cotton swabs into the water and write your message!
How to reveal the secret message? First, pour out some grape juice Next, dab a brush or a wet tissue and gently apply the grape juice all over the paper. Isn't
Looking for something simple but exciting that will keep your baby or young child occupied for awhile? Look no further because a sensory bottle may be just what you need! What is a sensory bottle?
It can be called different things-calm-down bottle, a sensory jar, a calm-down jar, but they are the same concept! They all are a container that holds different objects with different properties. It is a safe way for children to explore different senses without the mess and withou
Is this typical for my child? My child is hearing so many different languages at home, is she understanding everything? I have come across these questions quite often while talking to parents of a bilingual family. If you have similar thoughts here are some information that might clear any doubts you have for your child! Is it a language difference or a language disorder? This is most critical question us SLPs want to address first, and here is what these terms mean- Language