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how to make a tornado in a jar with this fun science experiment for kids, perfect for homeschooling science! An engaging educational project that will be done with no mess or fuss in 5 minutes! Check it out!

how to make a tornado in a jar with this fun science experiment for kids, perfect for homeschooling science! An engaging educational project that will be done with no mess or fuss in 5 minutes! Check it out!

"What Causes the Seasons?" - Find out with this short, educational YouTube video from University of Illinois Extension #lessons #weather

"What Causes the Seasons?" - Find out with this short, educational YouTube video from University of Illinois Extension #lessons #weather

SC.2.L.16.1: Observe and describe major stages in the life cycles of plants and animals, including beans and butterflies.

SC.2.L.16.1: Observe and describe major stages in the life cycles of plants and animals, including beans and butterflies.

These shaving cream rain clouds were a fun, easy and beautiful activity to do with kids. Watch as the "rain" falls down from the clouds!

These shaving cream rain clouds were a fun, easy and beautiful activity to do with kids. Watch as the "rain" falls down from the clouds!

#DIYCloud #Science /You can easily show this to your kids with a few simple materials. You’ll need shaving cream (use the foam kind), a jar, water, and food coloring. Fill the jar almost to the top with water. Cover the top with a “cloud” of shaving cream. Let your child drop food coloring into the cloud until the color starts “raining” into the water below. Explain that this is how rain works too. The water collects in the cloud until there is too much, and then it leaks through, forming…

#DIYCloud #Science /You can easily show this to your kids with a few simple materials. You’ll need shaving cream (use the foam kind), a jar, water, and food coloring. Fill the jar almost to the top with water. Cover the top with a “cloud” of shaving cream. Let your child drop food coloring into the cloud until the color starts “raining” into the water below. Explain that this is how rain works too. The water collects in the cloud until there is too much, and then it leaks through, forming…