No flour, no oil, no white sugar. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites.....
No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda! I NEED TO REMEMBER THIS! this is important since helium is not a renewable source and is in such short supply
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh! Dry ice and bubbles- this is SO gonna be one of our Science lessons this year!!!!!
Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. This is a ridiculously cool science experiment.
water + food coloring + paper towels You only put color in the yellow and blue and watch what happens!
How to make glowing water with highlighters. FUN! Instructions for four colors.
Put a glow stick in a balloon for pool lanterns. Great decorations for your fall class party!
Glow in the dark cupcake frosting using tonic water and jello....Fun for outdoor evening picnic! definitely trying this one day! Let kids ice their own cupcakes at school for your party! So cool!
Sky Jello: The original recipe is now closed (boo passwords) but here is someone who relisted it. Basically: packages of Berry Blue Jello * 2 cups of whipping cream * 1/4 cup sugar * 2 cups of ice * parfait glasses or any clear containers that you can see through - the key here is to use the ice to quickly set up your jello and you're using ice instead of water. Got that? Cuz I screwed this up the first time I made it.
sky jello = pure genius. Love it! we are studying "weather" next week and I am totally going to make this!
Great tutorial: How to make a wormery - eco garden activity for kids
DIY Lava Lamps: •Vegetable oil, Water, Food coloring of your choice, Alka-Selzer Tablets. 1.Fill the container with 2 parts oil, 1 part water [Leave some room at the top of the container for a little bit of bubbling.] 2.Drop in a few drops of food coloring 3.Add an Alka-Selzer Tablet [start with 1/4 or a half a tablet to begin with] 4.Watch is fizz and bubble up to the top!
Exploding bags with baking soda and vinegar-science lesson. They take off like rockets!
Momma's Fun World: Lava Lamp