About the only thing MD is good for! :P      **Summer Activity. 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"...Who knew!? (The kids will have a blast!!)"  doing this this summer

{I will never drink Mountain Dew again} Summer Activity. 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".Who knew! (The kids will have a blast!)" doing this this summer

How To Make Fairies In A Jar     This is something everyone will love you can just imagine the look on your childs face when they see this and its something they will never forget so its worth a little work on this one.    FAIRIES IN A JAR DIRECTIONS:     1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter     2. Seal the top

Fairies In A Jar: just imagine childs face when they see this, something they will never forget so its worth a little work on this one. FAIRIES IN A JAR DIRECTIONS: Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter Seal the top

A little science...This would fascinate kids. Rainbow roses, you can do this by splitting the stems into strands and placing each one in food coloring the roses draw the liquid coloring into the petals, amazing!

Another science fair idea: Make rainbow roses by splitting the stems into strands and placing each one in food coloring. The roses draw the food coloring into the petals.Hmmm not a bad idea for Amarah's Science Fair Project!


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DIY moving science experiment

A fun science experiment to do with kids! It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever!- cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves.

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Vintage Home: How to Make Water Marbles

A fun science experiment you can make with the kiddos! Make these fun Water Marbles using a few simple kitchen ingredients: baking soda, vinegar,and salt!

I so want to try this

~ glow stick xylophone ~put the glow sticks in cups of water and an aura comes off in the dark, when you tap them ~ probably the coolest thing ever ~ this would be a fun activity for our first grade SOUND unit ~

Demonstrating chemical changes with a "naked egg"

Naked egg experiment- Dissolve egg shell off with vinegar and it will become a "naked egg" that can bounce.- Off to start it now. A great experiment for spring break!- We did this and K loved it! I would suggest naked egg investigation be done outside.

Make a Bouncing Polymer Ball - Introduction and Materials. Ingredients: borax, cornstarch, white glue, warm water, food colouring.

How to Make a Bouncing Polymer Ball

Use chemistry to make a bouncing polymer ball, then alter the procedure to see the effect the changes have on the characteristics of the bouncing ball.: Make a Bouncing Polymer Ball - Introduction and Materials

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

Glowing jar DIRECTIONS: Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter Seal the top with a lid. I found glow sticks at the Dollar Tree. I used a mason jar that I had left over from the Salt Art in a Jar project.

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.

Homemade pet jelly fish in a bottle. Needed: plastic bag, white string, plastic bottle, water, and blue food coloring.

Next winter, if your area is below 32, go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into ice bubbles. The kids will LOVE this!

Make a Frozen Bubble

"Next winter, if your area is below go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into "ice bubbles." SO FUN !" --- That was the original caption on this Pin. I'm sorry but if it's or below, I'm NOT going outside to frolic and blow frozen bubbles!

Bouncing bubbles...bubbles that don't pop! Just like the Gymboree ones! Yay I've been looking for this recipe The Kids will love this

bubbles that don't pop! 1 C distilled drinking water 1 Tablespoon dish soap 1 Teaspoon of glycerin straw (Im assuming you can use a typical bubble wand) 1 clean glove (or sock) - (this is to keep the bubble from popping)

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