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Polymer clay organelles in a glycerin soap cell model (from howtogrowyourgeek...)
Chip Bag Shrinkies (from Mad About Science)
Mason Jar Succulents and Spring Mantel Tatertots & Jello #Spring #masonjars
Glow Stick Lanterns Tutorial (from lilblueboo.com)
Make Your Own Incredible Egg Geode (from Steve Spangler Science)
great site featuring climate and science (from Beyond Weather & The Water Cycle)
Cool website with lots of information about all kinds of polar region history, animals, and climate (from Beyond Penguins and Polar Bears)
How to Make a Naked Egg---this sounds too cool!!!
Glow in the dark drinks!
the science behind the sharpie tie-dye t-shirt explained
Watch streaming video of NatureWorks (from PBS) and learn more about the natural world of plants and animals
Interactive cathedral arch building exercise!
cool strawplane----alternative to the regular paper airplane!
cute idea....wonder what the birds would think???
Science lessons for 3rd-6th grade
Rainbow drink: make colored ice cubes (with KoolAid or juice), stack in tall glasses and pour in sprite
Glow in the dark frosting... the trick is using Tonic water! Surprise the kids with this cool idea!
this site has lots of experiment ideas: sciencebob.com
1.Good to know for the next power outage: 1/4" Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda and 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake and it glows. Pour on sidewalk to "paint"