Fun Christmas Ornaments To Make – Easy Holiday Project For Kids

Christmas is almost here! It is a time where many families decorate the Christmas tree. Kids love to contribute to the holiday tree by displaying an ornament they made. Today we have an easy holiday project for kids. It is fun Christmas ornaments to make using two required materials.

Below is what’s needed for the ornament…

Glue

String

Food Coloring (Optional)

Glitter (Optional)

Googly Eyes (Optional)

When my son and I first tried it, we were unsure if it would work. However, surprisingly it did! After making one ornament we decided to make more. We made a variety of snowmen using food coloring and googly eyes.

Below is a video showing you how to make this easy ornament. It comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please like, subscribe, and share if you enjoy the content.

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Happy Holidays!

Easy STEM Activity for Elementary Students | DIY Flying Cups

Winter time will be coming soon! Many children will not be going outside as much because of the cold weather. No worries! There are a lot of fun science experiments and DIY STEM projects children can do indoors. However, we wanted show you, before it gets too cold, a fun activity your child can do outside. It is the FLYING CUPS, which is an easy STEM activity for elementary students.

Below is what you need for this activity…

Plastic cups

Tape

Rubber Bands

Your child will be building a cup launcher that will spin in the air. Kids can observe how the flyer is moving away from them, but the cups are spinning towards them. We call this a bottom spin, which causes air behind the cups. This is why the flyer moves up and forward. Scientists call this the Magnus Effect. The technical term for this STEM toy is Magnum Flyer.

Below is a video that will you how to build this flyer step-by-step.

The video comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please share, like, and subscribe if you find the activities on the channel helpful.

Have fun with this easy STEM activity for elementary students!

How To Make Ice Balloons | Fun Ice Breaking Activity for Kids

I am excited about today’s activity because it involves melting a big ball of ice. When my son first heard about this science project, he was excited to get started. To make the activity more interesting, he trapped his PJ Masks figurine set in the ice. We want to share it with you. Today we will show you how to make ice balloons with your favorite toys.

The following is needed for this activity…
Water
Balloons
Scissors
Plastic Container

This project includes fun pretend play with PJ Masks Figure Set. The PJ Masks figures are trapped in ice globes. It is Scientist Corban’s job to melt the ice to rescue Cat Boy, Owlette, and Gekko. Kids will love this ice breaking and melting activity.  Children will learn how to make ice melt fast. This is a fun science experiment for preschoolers, kindergarten, and up.

Below is a video showing you how to make ice balloons step-by-step. It comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please like the video and subscribe if you find the activities helpful.

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Cool Science Experiment At Home For Kids | Moving Salt and Pepper

We love experiments using static electricity. We have used it to spin a pencil and made aluminum foil balls dance without touching or blowing it. Today we will show you a cool science experiment at home for kids. You will see salt and pepper jumping because of science magic.

This is an easy science experiment to do with household ingredients. Below is what you need…

Salt

Pepper

Balloon

Paper Plate

100% POLYESTER or Fleece material clothing

This activity will take less than five minutes to do. Below is a video showing you how to do it. It comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please subscribe if you like what you see.

Have fun with this cool science experiment at home for kids!

Easy Slime To Make For Kids – Household Ingredients Needed

Most kids love to make and play with slime. It is ooey, gooey, and stretchy. My son’s favorite is glow in the dark slime. A few years back, there were kids in our neighborhood selling it. Apparently, it sold very well. In this post, we will show you an easy slime to make in the comfort of your home.

This project was requested by son’s friend, DJ. He asked how to make slime. Cory decided to make a video because he thought other kids may want to learn as well.

We like this slime recipe because there is no borax needed. You are also using household materials such as baking soda, contact solution, and glue. We used food coloring as well but this is optional.

This slime can be made in UNDER THREE MINUTES!

Your kids will enjoy making it. One tip is to store the slime in a plastic bag so your kids can play with it in the future.

The video below shows you an easy slime to make for kids. It comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please subscribe if you like what you see.

Have fun with this activity!

Simple STEM Activity For Kids With Balloons

Balloons are wonderful for play. My sons love hitting, tossing, and bouncing them. Balloons are also great for using in science experiments. We have used balloons to make launchers, boats, and rockets. Here is a simple STEM activity for kids. We will show you how to make static electricity with balloons.

This is one of the easiest balloon science experiments for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and up. It is easy and fun to do. If your children like balloons, this is the activity for them.

Below is what’s needed for this activity

Balloons

String (at least 30 inches long)

Tape

Wool or 100% Polyester Fleece sweater

Below is a video showing you step-by-step how to do this fun experiment. It comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please subscribe if you like what you see.

Have fun with this simple STEM activity for kids!

How to Balance an Egg | A Scientific Magic Trick Kids Will Love

Eggs are a wonderful food to eat. It is also a great food to include in your science experiments. We have made glow in the dark eggs, egg volcanos, and egg drop structures. You can also use eggs to show children the importance of brushing their teeth. Today we will show you how to balance an egg without touching it.

This is a fun egg experiment for kids. It will expose your children to scientific magic.

When my son first saw this activity, he didn’t think it would work. However, he was pleased to experience success on the first try.

This activity takes less than five minutes to do. Once your child balances the egg, they will want to show family and friends.

Below is a step-by-step video of how to balance an egg. It comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please subscribe if you like what you see.

We hope you have fun with this activity.

Disappearing Tea | Simple Chemistry Experiment to do at Home with Kids

Many people think kids should learn Chemistry when they get to high school. However, children can experience this type of science at a young age. There are so many fun chemical projects for people of all ages. Below we will show you a simple chemistry experiment to do at home with kids.

Science experiments gave children new information and it gives them something fun to do at while at home. Additionally, it helps improve their reading skills.

Today’s activity is called Disappearing Tea. Your kids will make tea disappear with a simple chemical reaction. Go to your kitchen and you will find everything you need for this simple chemistry experiment to do at home with kids.

Below is what’s needed…

Teahttps://amzn.to/3tDqBFy

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Lemon Juicehttps://amzn.to/3spM03R

While doing this experiment, my son learned that lemon is a bleaching agent. We also learned that people use lemon juice to bleach parts of their bodies. We reveal it in the video below.

The video comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please subscribe if you like what you see.

Enjoy this activity!

How To Make a STRAW GLIDER – Easy STEM Straw Activity for Kids

My son, Cory, loves to make paper airplanes and helicopters. He can make about nine different designs on his own. After making the airplanes, he likes to go outside and fly them. He challenges himself by trying to catch the planes after releasing them. If you have a child with similar interests, then this post may be a treat for you. We are going to show you how to do an easy straw activity for kids. This is a fun paper airplane alternative for kids.

This activity is called the Straw Glider. Below is what you need…

Straw

Paper

Scissors

Tape

You most likely have all the items above in your home currently. It will take you about ten minutes to build from start to finish. It is the perfect straw activity for kids.

You can fly this Straw Glider like a paper airplane. It is best to fly outdoors. This STEAM/STEM activity is perfect for preschoolers, kindergarten, elementary students and up.

In the video below, we show you step by step how to make it. You will see Cory outside flying the Straw Glider. The video comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please subscribe if you like what you see.

Have fun with this activity!

How to make PUFFY SOAP | Fun and Easy Science Experiment for Kids

Today we have a super easy activity that will amaze your kids. We will show you how to make puffy soap. We call it Soap Soufflé!

Your children will watch soap go from a solid bar to a puffy substance. The fascinating part about this experiment is that it requires a certain brand of soap. There is a reason why this particular brand of soap works for this activity. We reveal the mystery in the video below.

Here is the soap you need for this experiment!

While doing this science activity, your chid will be exposed to air and water molecules. They will also learn how heat can be an agent of change.

We encourage you to try this experiment. It takes 5 minutes to do from start to finish.

The video below gives you step by step instructions on how to make puffy soap. It comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Adventures and Learning. Please subscribe if you enjoy what you see.

Have fun with this activity!

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