Welcome to our twelth guest-host of Mom’s Library Free Resources with True Aim Education. I am thrilled to be co-hosting once again!
At Mom’s Library, you can find children’s activities, crafts, games, recipes, and more; shared across the web by some fantastic bloggers.
There were so many great ideas submitted last week, and I just couldn’t resist these hands-on science ideas that were submitted:
Simple Circuits For Kids
Making Boys Men gives detailed instructions on how to make a circuit:
Let’s Go Fly a Kite
KCEdventures provides the science behind the fun of flying a kite:
Floating Egg Experiment
We Made That experiments with an egg in different solutions:
Highhill Education has a brilliant and tasty way for children to learn about the components of their blood:
Baggie and Pencil Magic
Buggy and Buddy have the coolest hands-on experiment (which I think links in nicely with the blood salad above and why you should never remove an impaled object from a body):