Fall Activity: Candy Corn Math

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My 5-year-old son and I have been having fun doing some fall activities during the weeks counting down to Thanksgiving. I saw this fun candy corn counting activity on Pinterest and thought my son would like it. The activity I saw was a little too easy for him so I decided to change it up a bit to make it harder.

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How to Make Moon Sand

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Moon sand is really fun to play with. It has a fun texture that kids love. My kids always wanted me to buy it for them when they saw commercials for it on TV. It turns out that moon sand is super easy to make. I didn’t even have to buy anything for this project. My husband just happened to have some clean sand stored in our garage.

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Homeschool Science: Milk and Soap Magic

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My boys have been wanting to try this experiment for awhile. They first saw it on YouTube when they were watching science videos made by Doctor Mad Science. This experiment involves the reaction between milk and dish soap.

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Homeschool Science: Are Sounds Louder Under Water?

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My boys and I recently watched Bill Nye the Science Guy’s video about Marine Animals. We learned a lot of great facts, such as how a whale or dolphin’s blubber keeps it warm.

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Science for Kids: How to Make an Egg Float in Water

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This is a fun, easy science experiment for kids. Have your child place an egg in a glass of water and see what happens. The egg will sink (if it is a fresh egg it will sink, a “bad” egg will actually float in water!).

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