Carli Michelsen

Carli Michelsen

Carli Michelsen
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Some messy science fun for screen-free week -- A Multi-Sensory Experiment with Jell-O and Vinegar
A super cool science activity for kids! (Observe a chemical reaction by making a baggie explode!)~ Buggy and Buddy
Make beautiful rainbow eruptions with baking soda and vinegar - exciting for kids and grown ups alike!
Here are 10 different uses for baking soda and vinegar together - All of these will easily help you save money, and some of them might surprise you!
15 Simple Science Projects For Kids. We haven't done all of these yet, but the kids are having fun so far! We did the Mini Volcanoes, but didn't put enough Baking Soda so they didn't really erupt. Take note, make sure you put a lot! ;) We are working on the Naked Eggs, the boys are excited to see what happens!
Free downloadable "If I discovered A New Planet" book, for kids to fill out, and then make an accompanying planet by painting a Styrofoam ball and using other craft supplies.
How to Make a Rock with Kids
A great science experiment for kids that are interested in space!  #science_fair_ideas  #outer_space_activities
Fireworks in a bottle - looks fun and easy!! 1/3 bottle of water, 2/3 oil, coloring (food coloring, paint), alka seltzer.... I wanna do this with the kids. ....sc:-)
Breakfast Muffins: 8 eggs 5 slices of lean ham. bacon or chicken 1/2 a cup chopped spring onion 1 cup chopped mushrooms 1 cup chopped cherry tomatoes Olive oil Mixed herbs, salt & pepper  In a frying pan toss all the meat and veggies into a tablespoon of olive oil to cook along with herbs. salt and pepper.  Beat your eggs together in a bowl  Add the cooked ingredients and pour it into a muffin tray.  Bake in a preheated oven at 200C for 15 - 20 minutes  You can eat them hot or cold