Slime is always a fun STEM project for kids. We have made glow in the dark slime, monsterslime, and basic slime. Today, we have a fun and interesting project for kids to try. They will make Fluffy Snowman Slime! This is an easy slime recipe for kids that uses household materials.
While shaping the slime into a snowman, kids may notice that the slime is fluffy and starts to act like a liquid. The slime is fluffy, which is most likely a different texture than other slimes you have made, because of the shaving cream.
My son loved doing this project. He played with the slime for 45 minutes.
Below is a step-by-step video of how to make the Snowman Slime. This video comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please like and subscribe to the channel if you find the content helpful.
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Two years ago my son got a Christmas gift that he loved. It was the National Geographic Science Magic Kit. It is an amazing kit with 10 science experiments. Each experiment is designed to perform as a magic trick. We want to tell you about one amazing project we did with this fun science kit for kids.
We were able to make snow using the National Geographic Science Magic Kit. It only took two simple steps. My son especially liked using the magic wand while make the snow. Additionally the snow is fun to play with after it is made.
This science kit comes with everything you need (except water) to do all the activities. It has wonderful activities to show off to family and friends. Additionally, it is fun and educationally!
Below is a video showing you step by step how to do this project. It comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please subscribe if you find the content helpful.
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.
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.
The lungs are such an important part of our body. It’s helps our body move fresh air in while removing waste gases. While learning this fact, my son thought it would be a “cool” project to make a lung model. He was able to create it using household materials. Today we will show you how to do this easy STEM activity.
The following materials are used for the DIY Lung Model:
Once you have made the model, have your child breathe into the straw. They will see the balloons, which represent the lungs, contract and expand. Kids will be amazed to know that this is what’s happening inside their bodies.
Below is a step-by-step video on how to make the Lung Model. It comes from my son’s YouTube Channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please like the video and subscribe if it is helpful to you.
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.
Science is amazing! We have learned a lot of fun tricks from doing science activities. Today, we will show you one. It is an easy science experiment for home. It is called Disappearing Money. Don’t worry, you can make the money appear again!
Glow in the dark activities are a big hit in our household. When we saw that it is possible to make glowing water disappear, we had to try it. This activity is called the Disappearing Glow in the Dark Water. It is a fun at home chemistry experiment for kids. It is fascinating and simple to do.
What You Need For This Experiment
You need household materials. The items are below…
Because bleach is used in this experiment, it is important for parents to supervise this fun at home chemistry experiment.
My son and I have created a video showing you how to make water glow in the dark. Furthermore, we show you how to make it disappear. You will see step-by-step instructions and how amazed we were at the results.
We hope you try it. This experiment shows kids how fun science, specifically chemistry, can be.
One of my favorite activities is easy DIY projects. I like projects that require materials already in my home. It is not practical for me to buy items for a project that I will use one time. If I purchase something for a project, it will have multiple uses. Today’s activity, Salt Art Painting, fits this criteria.
This activity is a wonderful STEAM educator. Children will observe how salt melts ice. They can combine two colors to make another color. Also, they will see how water can change from a liquid to a solid when turning water into ice.
My son had fun doing the Salt Art Painting. He was amazed that he could create a rainbow before his eyes. This is a great project for preschoolers, kindergarten, and up. It is safe to say that your child may ask to do this activity again.
As a parent, I love that the set up and cleaning afterwards is quick and easy.
The video below provides directions on how to do the Salt Art Painting. The video comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please subscribe if you like what you see.