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Do you enjoy ice-cold drinks? A slushy is about as close as you can get to liquid ice: colder than water, but more drinkable than ice! Using some common household items, a little bit of patience, and the help of science, you can make this delicious, sweet drink at home. Try the activity, and you will be rewarded with a delightful treat! Read more
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Mother's Day is still open this year! With a few simple materials, kids can do one of these science activities to make something special to give. STEM Activities to Make or Do and Give! Mother's Day this year falls in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many schools remain closed, and heading out to the store for non-essential items isn't a good idea. That doesn't mean that kids can't still make cool things at home to celebrate Mother's Day. In addition… Read more
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Use these free hands-on STEM activities help teach students about states of matter. Free STEM Activities to Teach about States of Matter The following hands-on science activities from Science Buddies' library of STEM Activities for Kids can be used with students in or out of the classroom to explore states of matter science: Colorful Patterns in Melting Ice: colorful science activity helps students visualize and explore changes from solid to liquid. Go… Read more
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Join Science Buddies each week this summer for fun STEM themes for kids of all ages, suggestions for simple hands-on activities, book picks, and more. We'll keep you inspired all summer with creative and innovative science and engineering activities — for free. This week: fireworks, picnics, and other celebration-themed science activities! Celebrate with STEM! Week 5 puts summer celebrations in the spotlight! They may look different this year, but… Read more
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