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Plant Transpiration and Rainbow Celery Experiment

During this lesson, you will teach your children about plant transpiration and how it works by having your child conduct a simple but fun experiment. Your child will learn the meaning of transpiration, practice using the scientific method, observe how transpiration works, and explain transpiration to others. There are opportunities for differentiation provided throughout the lesson.


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Grades 5-8ExperimentsScienceChemistryMakeScience

This lesson incorporates the gooey fun of making slime into a lesson on chemistry! Your child will learn through note-taking, making observations, creating their own slime, and more.

Grades 7-8ExperimentsScienceApril Fool's DayChemistryScientific Method

This lesson examines chemistry and the scientific method through videos, hands-on experiments, and lab reports themed around four ‘trick’ experiments.


Did you know water can walk?! In this chemistry and physics STEM/STEAM experiment lesson, your child will hypothesize and then conduct a hands-on experiment to visualize how water can “walk” through the scientific method.


This lesson allows children to explore the process of growing rock candy using Kool Aid, sugar, and water. Children will engage in the scientific process by making a hypothesis about the experiment results, comparing their hypothesis to the end result, and designing their own rock candy experiment using different ingredients.

Grades 2-8ExperimentsScienceField TripsInventor's ClubKinesthetic

This lesson teaches children about water's properties through exciting experiments in addition to exploring water as a power source.

Grades 1-2ExperimentsScienceChemistryCookingGases

This lesson explores the different states of matter and changing states of matter.

Grades 6-8SocialAmerican HistoryBlack HistoryDiscrimination

In this lesson children will learn about the dark history of the Tuskegee experiment. Through library books, online articles, informative videos and an opinionated essay, children will learn what the experiment was, why it was conducted and who it affected.


We wanted to learn about acids and do a hands-on experiment that allowed for critical thinking and hands-on play.

Grades 4-6Science

Electricity is one of the most important blessings that science has given to mankind. It has also become a part of modern life and one cannot think of a world without it.... It is used for lighting rooms, working fans and domestic appliances like using electric stoves, A/C and more. So I wanted my kids to learn it in a fun way.

Grades 3-5ScienceCandyChemistryCraft

This lesson will help your child to apply the scientific method as they conduct decorating, chemistry and chemical reaction Valentine’s themed experiments.


Your child will make connections to a book, learn strategies for figuring out the meaning of new vocabulary words, and conduct experiments related to the book, The Very Last First Time by Jan Andrews and Ian Wallace.

Grades 1-5ExperimentsScienceSTEM

Your child will read, watch, and learn about chain reactions and about Rube Goldberg! They will engage in activities to help them understand the science behind chain reactions as they plan, make and analyze their own homemade Rube Goldberg machine!

Found in lesson: … put together some lessons that include the experiments as well as information on real scientists …

Grades 1-6ExperimentsScienceLife SciencesNatureTrees

Your child will observe, take apart, and experiment with pine cones as they learn why they open and close and more! Along with the activities in this lesson, be sure to check out the extensive selection of extension activities at the end of this lesson as well!


My son was playing with his toy car outside. He was getting frustrated because his car wasn’t going as fast as he wanted it to when he pushed it. He started experimenting with pushing it across different surfaces.

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