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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.

Why Is The Sky Blue? Science Experiment.  This is a great way for your students to visualize the answer to this question with a few simple supplies.  Read more at:  http://www.rookieparenting.com/why-is-the-sky-blue-science-experiment/

Why Is The Sky Blue? Science Experiment. This is a great way for your students to visualize the answer to this question with a few simple supplies. Read more at: http://www.rookieparenting.com/why-is-the-sky-blue-science-experiment/

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!

Jumping Goop!  An Awesome Static Electricity Demonstration with Cornstarch

Jumping Goop! An Awesome Static Electricity Demonstration with Cornstarch

Use a 9 volt battery to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen. Add a bit of magnesium sulfate (Epson salt) to the water and then drop the battery in.

Use a 9 volt battery to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen. Add a bit of magnesium sulfate (Epson salt) to the water and then drop the battery in.

THE BEST HANDS ON LEARNING HUMAN ANATOMY ACTIVITIES, SENSORY PLAY, FREE PRINTABLES, MONTESSORI, and so much more. Perfect for a Unit Study & Biology Lessons

The Best Hands on Learning Human Anatomy Activities (free printables

THE BEST HANDS ON LEARNING HUMAN ANATOMY ACTIVITIES, SENSORY PLAY, FREE PRINTABLES, MONTESSORI, and so much more. Perfect for a Unit Study & Biology Lessons

Science Fair: Renewable Energy Project for Kids: Power from Water

Renewable Energy Project for Kids: Power from Water

Make a Balloon Pinwheel Science Demonstration - A fun way to demonstrate Newton's 3rd Law of Motion

Make a Balloon Pinwheel Science Demonstration

Make a Balloon Pinwheel Science Demonstration - A fun way to demonstrate Newton's 3rd Law of Motion

Whale Blubber Experiment Many animals live their lives in extreme weather conditions. Blue whales, for example, migrate between warm breeding waters and cold feeding waters near Antarctica and in the Arctic. How do whales and other animals stay warm in very cold water and climates? Find out with this easy science demonstration that uses only common household items.

Whale Blubber Experiment Many animals live their lives in extreme weather conditions. Blue whales, for example, migrate between warm breeding waters and cold feeding waters near Antarctica and in the Arctic. How do whales and other animals stay warm in very cold water and climates? Find out with this easy science demonstration that uses only common household items.

Don't be intimidated by scientific laws. They are simple rules that tell how the universe works. This Newton's first law of motion experiment shows just how simple.

Don't be intimidated by scientific laws. They are simple rules that tell how the universe works. This Newton's first law of motion experiment shows just how simple.