5 Science experiments for kids and your kitchen
Homemade pet jelly fish. that's about the neatest thing EVER. I did this with my 3rd, 4th and 5th grade class. Told them to bring in a bottle and a bag. Some of the kids brought it in and the rest of the kids thought it was dumb. After we did this project, the kids who thought it was dumb, didn't think so anymore. Kids who made them, named them and love them at home now.
Why Earthworms are Worth Keeping Around
The Leak-Proof Bag Explore the magic of polymers with some simple household materials. (1 Reviews) Who would have ever thought that a plastic bag, some water, and a few pencils would frighten the thunder out of Mom? Learn how to poke a hole in a plastic bag filled with water and reseal it like magic. The secret has to do with a better understanding of the chemistry of polymers.
Leak-Proof Bag experiment, great for beginning of year science and introducing or reinforcing the Scientific Method
52 totally awesome science experiments you can do at home. Whether you have kids, are a kid, or just one at heart, there are many experiments for people of all ages and levels. And if you do one a week, you can fill an entire year and home with the results of all of these experiments. - My little scientist will love this :)
Crystal Egg Geodes. Definitely for older kids. GREAT Science project though!
12 Junk Drawer Gadget and Doodad Projects. Great science and tech projects to do with the kids when you're cooped up inside (via how stuff works)
sensory balloons - balloons filled with water, flour, rice, corn, pasta, etc
Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain.