Megan shares more about the New Year, with a meteor or comet craft you can do at home to celebrate the New Year, using some recycled materials. It takes just about 365 days for the Earth to travel on its orbit around the Sun. Every new year, our planet is in the same [...]
Today's Wonders of Winter craft is cotton ball polar bears. Supplies are: a paper plate, liquid glue, cotton balls, a pencil, a little pom-pom, a googly eye, and scissors. Wonders of Winter is presented by Bank of America. Download the template here.
Our guest scientist Victoria demonstrates an experiment you can do at home with some vinegar, some food dye (she uses blue), some baking soda, and glitter. Victoria is a Ph.D. student in engineering at University of Pennsylvania. Wonders of Winter is presented by Bank of America.
Today's Wonders of Winter activity is a tie-dye snowflake craft. Wonders of Winter is presented by Bank of America. You'll need some newspaper, a coffee filter, scissors, markers, and water in a spray bottle.
One of this week's crafts at Wonders of Winter is a penguin mask craft. You'll need scissors, a glue stick, a pencil, a popsicle stick or string, and black, white, and orange construction paper. Download the penguin mask template PDF here.
Make a snow globe craft with us! You will need a paper plate, tape, scissors, a glue stick, crayons, and a plastic zip bag. You'll also need some fake snow, or if you don't have any fake snow you can use a hole punch and make your own paper snow. Visit our website for a [...]
Morgan demonstrates how to make a tie dye butterfly.
Zack used some of the cardboard he has around his home to make a dinosaur costume! What's your favorite dinosaur? We'd love to see what you come up with!
Morgan demonstrates that with just a few things you might have around your house (like an empty toilet paper tube), you can make a frog toy craft.