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Fairies In a Jar DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. 2. Add diamond glitter 3. Seal the top with a lid. 4. Shake.

Fairies In a Jar DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. 2. Add diamond glitter 3. Seal the top with a lid. 4. Shake.

Two different methods for making a cloud in a jar. What a great weather science activity for kids!  || Gift of Curiosity

Weather science: How to make a cloud in a jar (2 different methods

Two different methods for making a cloud in a jar. What a great weather science activity for kids! || Gift of Curiosity

Elephant Toothpaste Experiment. If you're working with older kids, you may be interested in how it works: The reaction is summarized by this formula: 2 H2O2  -->  2 H2O + 02.

Science Experiment: Elephant Toothpaste

Elephant Toothpaste Experiment. If you're working with older kids, you may be interested in how it works: The reaction is summarized by this formula: 2 H2O2 --> 2 H2O + 02.

30 must try Summer Science activities that will WOW the kids and keep them engaged in learning. COOL outdoor experiments for Summer

30 must try Summer Science activities that will WOW the kids and keep them engaged in learning. COOL outdoor experiments for Summer

5 Minute Science Experiments for Kids and Busy Moms on Frugal Coupon Living. Geometric Bubbles, Glow in the Dark Volcanoes, Replicate Ocean Currents and more! Homeschooling Science Ideas.

5 Minute Science Experiments for Kids

5 Minute Science Experiments for Kids and Busy Moms on Frugal Coupon Living. Geometric Bubbles, Glow in the Dark Volcanoes, Replicate Ocean Currents and more! Homeschooling Science Ideas.

10 Awesome Electricity Projects for Kids - Simple static electricity demonstrations, build a circuit, show how a switch works, electromagnetism and more!

10 Awesome Electricity Projects for Kids

10 Awesome Electricity Projects for Kids - Simple static electricity demonstrations, build a circuit, show how a switch works, electromagnetism and more!

Share on Pinterest Share Share on Facebook Share Send email Mail Looking for a fun and simple science activity that’s sure to entertain the kids?! In this quick, five minute experiment, little chemists mix up their own homemade bouncy balls. The science activity is a hands-down favorite for kids. Getting Ready To prep for this activity, I gathered: 1 tablespoon of borax (found in the laundry section

Share on Pinterest Share Share on Facebook Share Send email Mail Looking for a fun and simple science activity that’s sure to entertain the kids?! In this quick, five minute experiment, little chemists mix up their own homemade bouncy balls. The science activity is a hands-down favorite for kids. Getting Ready To prep for this activity, I gathered: 1 tablespoon of borax (found in the laundry section

Simple Science Experiment for Kids - What Melts in the Sun? Perfect activity for a hot day!

Simple Science Experiment for Kids: What Melts in the Sun

"experiment on how spiders sense vibrations in their webs.  I grabbed a ball of black yarn and had my students sit in a circle.  The each told a spider fact that they had learned and passed the ball of yarn around while holding on to a piece.  Soon we had a huge web.  I then had my class close their eyes and tossed rubber insects into the web.  They raised their hands to show they felt the vibration!"

"experiment on how spiders sense vibrations in their webs. I grabbed a ball of black yarn and had my students sit in a circle. The each told a spider fact that they had learned and passed the ball of yarn around while holding on to a piece. Soon we had a huge web. I then had my class close their eyes and tossed rubber insects into the web. They raised their hands to show they felt the vibration!"

Cool science experiment for kids! Make a rainbow with just Skittles and water.

Skittles Science Experiment for Kids

Balloon Rockets: What you need:  Piece of yarn (or string) – cut to about 6 feet, thread on a straw and tie string to two chairs. Put tape on straw to attach a Balloon that has been blown up but has not been tied. Pull attached balloon to one side and let go! Experiment shows action and reaction. Kids will want to do over and over so be prepared to blow up a few balloons and have extra tape on hand. Link leads to step by step instructions with a photo tutorial.

Balloon Rockets: What you need: Piece of yarn (or string) – cut to about 6 feet, thread on a straw and tie string to two chairs. Put tape on straw to attach a Balloon that has been blown up but has not been tied. Pull attached balloon to one side and let go! Experiment shows action and reaction. Kids will want to do over and over so be prepared to blow up a few balloons and have extra tape on hand. Link leads to step by step instructions with a photo tutorial.