Hi! I hope you're having a great week! Thanks again to everyone who participated in last week's Fun for Kids link-up. There were so many amazing ideas, but here are a couple of Science related posts that I want to share with you:
The Educator's Spin On It shared their experience with growing carrots. Check out this post to see How to Grow Carrots - 5 reasons why you should and should not grow them. We have grown carrots for the past two years, and it's something the kids are looking forward to doing again. They weren't the prettiest or tastiest carrots, but we had so much fun pulling them out of the ground one by one and seeing what each one looked like. If you haven't tried this yet, you should try it this spring/summer.
Creative and Curious Kids shares their density experiment here. This would be a great rainy day activity when you're kids are getting cabin fever and you are in need a quick activity. Not only does this help pass the time, but it teaches kids about science too.
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