Would your students like to build a twirling helicopter? How about an air cannon? This book from DK is loaded with kid-pleasing projects perfect for springtime science.
I have a copy to give away. Let us know your favorite thing about spring. Submit your comment by Wednesday, April 25, and you’ll be entered into our random drawing. Good luck!
Here are some other outdoor-oriented projects that are springtime perfect.
Meet Ben & Holly. These best friends live in the Little Kingdom, a place so magical that grass and flowers tower above the land. At TheMailbox.com/BenandHolly, you’ll find great ideas for enjoying outdoor time and magical ways to celebrate the end of the school year. Grab your magic wand and head over to TheMailbox.com/BenandHolly to start the fun!
If you can’t head out into nature, bring nature inside to you! Check out the amazing webcams at explore.org. I can hardly take my eyes off the bald eagle nest in Decorah, Iowa. But I have to if I want to peek at the hummingbird fountain in La Verne, California, or the orca lookout in British Columbia. Take a look here!
Uh oh, I just found the webcam for Los Angeles Kitten Rescue Sanctuary. Quick, someone drag me away!