In these fun science activities you will be making placemats using fresh leaves off of trees. Spring time is a great time to make the leaf placemats. New leaves are soft and easy to use at this time of the year for stencils.
Plants in the spring grow leaves to produce their own food. They take water from the ground and carbon dioxide from the air to make the food. Plants then use sunlight and chlorophyll to make the food needed by the plants. The chlorophyll gives the leaves their green color. In the fall plants stop making food. After the chlorophyll is gone from the leaves they turn yellow, orange and brown.
Earthquake Activities, Earthquake Fault Blocks Create your own fault blocks that demonstrates how tsunamis occur during great earthquakes in the ocean!
Elementary Science Activities, Dancing Raisins In this fun and easy activity you can watch raisins dancing in a glass of soda pop!
Flight Activities, Paper Rockets Create some cool paper rockets and see how far you can make them fly with a breath of air!
Geology Activities, Earth's Elements In this fun activity your will create a variety of molecules out of colored clay and toothpicks.
Science Activities, Links to activities on this page include building bridges, creating spouting water, growing sugar crystals and much more.
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Fun Science Activities, Leaf Placemats Create your own one of a kind leaf placemats in this fun and easy activities.
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