Maze illustrations provided
by Joe Wos, author of
50 Mazes for Kids”
(Barron’s Educational Series $6.99)
This outdoor Maker Monday activity -- Ice Boat Racers -- helps cool off energetic kids with an icy splash.
Summer and bubbles are a natural fit. We pulled together three of our favorite bubble-related Maker Monday activities to take advantage of outdoor play.
Yarn Art is a fun way to learn about colors, develop fine motor skills and explore creativity.
Whether your outdoor adventures take place in neighborhood woods or on sandy beaches, it's always helpful to have a Nature Treasure Bag on hand.
Kids love watching the night sky light up with cracking fireworks. This week's Maker Monday offers a fun way to paint a Summer Fireworks landscape using an unusual, homemade paintbrush.
Kids can make their intrepid thrill-seekers from pipe cleaners, then launch them to sail in the breeze before gently landing back on earth.
Playing outdoors is loads of fun when the play includes interactive STEM activities, like this week's Maker Monday experiment, a Blow-up Balloon.
Junior paleontologists will have fun constructing Dino Skeletons in this week's Maker Monday activity.
Kids can consider their skeletal structure when constructing a Robot Hand, this week's Maker Monday project.
This week's Maker Monday project gives kids a chance to create a Bubble Pipe that produces clouds of bubbles that rise with the breeze.
With shaving cream representing clouds and food coloring giving a visual of rain sinking through via gravity, kids can learn a lot about weather.
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