Check this out: Scientific American is posting a month-long series of family science experiments. My son and I watched the video of the first experiment and he exclaimed. “Cool, can we make that?” Have some fun and start experimenting!
Science experiments, like cooking, can help children learn to plan, follow directions and understand the value of math.
Watch the video on how to make Oobleck. Then go to the website for more fun activites.
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