Middle school students can find themselves in some "quick sand" in school by picking the wrong friends or hanging out with the wrong crowd. This science experiment creating quick sand
Kids are fascinated by extreme weather. As we celebrate Earth Day we can think about God’s creation and how it includes some truly spectacular forces of nature, like the tornado.
What would 4th of July be without fireworks? The following science experiment will demonstrate how students can create "fireworks" that are safe and fun and will illustrate some basic tenets
Earth Day provides great chances to think of the different ways we can help the earth. One way that kids often enjoy this is by thinking about endangered species. There are
Everyone knows the story of How the Grinch Stole Christmas. This science experiment is a fun take on the story and also teaches the kids about kindness. Materials Plastic water bottle Green balloon Baking
Just like the fall changes the leaves to beautiful new colors, this fall science experiment with water and color will make a magic third color appear in the bowl! Materials: • Three
Most kids know that that objects placed in water will either float or sink depending on the density of the object. This science project will remind us that the density of our
This fun science experiment uses the Irish myth of the pot of gold at the end of the rain-bow to teach kids about being made new through prayer and service. Materials