Math and science can be challenging subjects. Hands-on learning activities help make them exciting for kids. That’s why I’m featuring simple Math and Science activities today!
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What happens when you poke a pencil through a plastic baggie? Your kids will love to find out!
Testing and exploring circuits is a perfect way to introduce your kids to electricity.
Roll-a-Whole Fraction Game
Tree Themed Activities
Plants are perfect for exploring the world of science. This round up is full of science activities and exploration!
Make Some “Blood” and Then Eat It!
Use this cooking activity to explain what is in blood and practice your anatomy vocabulary.
Science is like magic! Which is what your kids will think after doing this experiment.
Learning Numbers with Chutes and Latters
Use this simple twist on a classic to review number recognition and counting.
Plant science starts with gardening and it’s easy with these plant choices.
Hands-on Human Body Science Curriculum
If your children love science, they will love this curriculum!
This makes a great summer learning project and it is perfect for homeschool families.
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Shaunna Evans says
I love math and science activities, and this a great collection of them! Thank you for including our tree activities.
Nicolette Roux says
what an awesome collection! Love the simple circuit and the trees!
Karyn Tripp says
Thanks so much for sharing my fraction game post! Have a great week.
Jennifer Hughes says
Yeah! Thanks for the highlight again. My boy is still loving the Chutes and Ladders twist… and absolutely loves loves loves it when he forces me down a chute 🙂
Janine LaTulippe says
So funny! My daughter loves it to. I always try to get her to play something else, but she insists. Thanks for sharing!
Chelsey Marashian says
Thank you so much for sharing our baggie and pencil science! Always enjoy seeing what others have shared as well!
Hannah Harris says
Thanks for featuring our simple circuits
Debbie @ http://kidsbibledebjackson.blogspot.com/ says
Thanks so much for hosting!
Susie Buetow says
Thanks for hosting!!
Carla at Preschool Powol Packets says
Thanks for hosting and for featuring our post about gardening with kids!!
Andie Jaye says
thanks for hosting janine! i linked up a handful today… have been off the circuit for awhile! be back to browse all of them later 🙂
Janine LaTulippe says
Glad you are back! Thanks for linking up.
I am excited to be a part of this link up! I will try to hit as many as I can this week in the link up. I hope to make new friends!
Tracey Kite says
Thanks so much for featuring our Floating Egg Experiment! And for hosting each week!
Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above says
Thanks so much for hosting another great party.
Debi and Charly
What a fun list of great science and math activities! I just found this link up post today and it is really great! I am a homeschooling mama of 4–you can come check us out at http://www.cakeinthemorn.com. We are super science and math geeks and have a bunch of fun stuff, like a free constellation creation download and I also have a bunch of math games and science activity sets, to include a human anatomy felt set! Come take a look!
Great way to learn math. Good math article.
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