mabtv3:

Love this. Such a simple statement made me so teary.

mabtv3:

Love this. Such a simple statement made me so teary.

(via kidpres)

Link: http://youtu.be/UxNwSxhZodU

Did you know when vinegar and baking soda combine, a gas forms and the pressure exerted is strong enough to blow up a balloon? Grab a few household items and watch a balloon self-inflate with this cool craft project and science experiment rolled into one!

PEEKABOO! 

*Cries.*

MONDAYS.

MONDAYS.

How much should kids be eating? How do you get kids to try new foods? These questions answered and more here: http://youtu.be/f1RtOKNyJro

Make a masterpiece that will shine bright during the day and glow at night using just a few materials: youtu.be/c0QYgPBIZVY

Was this anyone else’s first day of school? 

Was this anyone else’s first day of school? 

Sunday is Grandparents Day! Check out some of these great books about grandparents: http://to.pbs.org/1t3NZpW

Sunday is Grandparents Day! Check out some of these great books about grandparents: http://to.pbs.org/1t3NZpW

Make 3-D paint from household kitchen supplies! Kids will love this sensory art project that keeps its shape after it dries.

Looks like she’s hooked! (via Earth Pics)

Looks like she’s hooked! (via Earth Pics)

pbstv:

PBS KIDS & sesamestreet launch their first app together: Cookie Monster’s Challenge!

Learn more and download it now.

Learn how to make gooey monster slime TWO ways with this sensory craft. Don’t worry - the slime washes off hands easily with soap and water! For the full craft, click here:http://www.pbs.org/parents/crafts-for….The chemical reaction between liquid starch and regular glue makes a mixture that splats, sticks, oozes, flops and stretches. Engage in some imaginary monster-play and embrace your inner scientist with this fun activity! Check out this week’s episode of the PBS Digital Studios original web series Frankenstein, MD to see how slime can be used in a science lab: http://youtu.be/J1b0B5B8_50

Learn how to make gooey monster slime TWO ways with this sensory craft. Don’t worry - the slime washes off hands easily with soap and water! For the full craft, click here:http://www.pbs.org/parents/crafts-for….

The chemical reaction between liquid starch and regular glue makes a mixture that splats, sticks, oozes, flops and stretches. Engage in some imaginary monster-play and embrace your inner scientist with this fun activity! 

Check out this week’s episode of the PBS Digital Studios original web series Frankenstein, MD to see how slime can be used in a science lab: http://youtu.be/J1b0B5B8_50

What causes morning sickness? 

Getting ready for school means a lot of changes — a new grade, teachers, friends, and routines, but it’s all fun and safe when shared within the covers of a book. Kids ages 0-9 will enjoy the recommended children’s books on this list from Reading Rockets, which are all about going to school. http://www.pbs.org/parents/adventures-in-learning/2014/08/school-days/

Getting ready for school means a lot of changes — a new grade, teachers, friends, and routines, but it’s all fun and safe when shared within the covers of a book. Kids ages 0-9 will enjoy the recommended children’s books on this list from Reading Rockets, which are all about going to school. http://www.pbs.org/parents/adventures-in-learning/2014/08/school-days/

Make your own thermometer with this neat science project!

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