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Grow crystal snowflake ornaments with just a few simple ingredients and a handful of pipe cleaners! Crystal snowflakes make great winter science for kids.

Winter Science for Kids

These kid-friendly winter science experiments explore cold temperatures, ice, and snow, and most of them can be performed while warm inside! This list also includes a few fun outdoor experiments that can only be performed in the winter too!

Food Science Projects for K-12 Students. get in the kitchen and do some chemistry! baking methods, baking powder and soda, cranberry sauce, gluten flour, freezing tofu, beans absorbing liquid, fats in pastry, pasta water, mashed potatoes, fruit enzymes in gelatin, crispy potatoes.

From cheesecake and dough to marinades and gelatin-based desserts, experiment with food science!

Science Buddies From selecting a science fair topic (with over 800 ideas) to how to complete the project, Science Buddies provides step-by-step guidance. Experts are even available to answer your questions.

Break the ice with this social lesson, designed to help you and your class get to know each other. This social studies lesson helps students develop a healthy sense of self, and ties in well with any "All About Me" theme or unit.