Parent & Caregiver
- Path to Math: Measurement with Young Children
Preschool-age child hears you talk about miles, inches, pounds, liters, acres, and minutes. Here are some home activities that can help your child learn basic measurement concepts.
- Science Sparks
Preschool science activity ideas.
- Science Discovery
A hands-on discovery science curriculum for Preschool and Kindergarten.
- Math in the Bath
Bath time is perfect for exploring math with your young child! Not only do you have each other’s full attention, but the learning can be hands on, playful, and messy.
- Backyard Biosphere
Slip some learning into your backyard.
- Playground Physics: Hang in There
Playing with pendulums and swings can help preschool children find out more about gravity and motion.
- Create a Science Lab In Your Home!
Tips on how to create your very own science lab at home.
- Experiment with Boiled Egg Science
Explore the changing states of matter which transform an egg from raw to soft to hard-boiled.
- Zoom Glue
This activity will demonstrate the concept of adhesives.
- Keep an Ice Cube
Can you keep an ice cube from completely melting in 30 minutes?
- Silly Putty
Silly putty is a fun toy that many children have played with before but most do not know the science behind it.
- Sesame Workshop and STEM Education
Sesame Workshop, the PNC Foundation, and President Obama Announce a $7.5 Million Investment in Mathematics and Science for Preschoolers.
- Why Bob the Builder
Bob and his team are an inspiration to kids. They want to build just like Team Bob. Motivated by the construction in episodes, kids may want to create their own Bob projects through imaginative play. As a result, they begin to understand important lessons about Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM). And Bob gives a big confidence boost to his team. After all, Can we build it? Yes we can!™
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- Learning Time: Peg + Cat
Use this simple activity to learn about the shapes that Peg and Cat are made of. Then make your own shapes and put them together to make stick puppets of the math duo.
- Learning Time: Wild Kratts
Join the adventures of Chris and Martin Kratt as they encounter incredible wild animals, combining science education with fun and adventure, while traveling to animal habitats around the globe
- Learning Time: Sid the Science Kid
Introduce children to measurement concepts with this simple activity from Sid the Science Kid!
- Full Time Kid
Full-Time Kid is all about being a kid! From DIY science experiments to playground games, spunky eight-year-old Mya Reyes shares her tips, tricks and all around knowledge so you too, can have what it takes to be a full-time kid.