Simple Science Experiment: How Clouds Make Rain - MJCS

Simple Science: How Clouds Make Rain

Make a CLOUD! Fun science for kids.

Make a CLOUD! Fun science activity for kids. For younger children, this will have to be a demo (aerosol hairspray or blown out lit match is needed in a glass jar), but the children can still observe and record their Scientific method steps

HOW TO MAKE A BOUNCING POLYMER BALL:   borax (found in the laundry section of the store),    cornstarch,    white glue (e.g., Elmer's glue - makes an opaque ball) or blue or clear school glue (makes a translucent ball),    warm water,    food coloring (optional).

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

Activity for ages 1 to 5. Back in March, our family spent one sunny weekend sowing hundreds of seeds in our raised beds. While my 4 year old daughter has been sowing seeds since she was a tot, it occurred to me she had never really seen what happened to those seeds she so carefully buried in …

Growing Seeds with Toddlers

How to Make a Catapult for Kids - this fun STEM Activity will keep them busy for hours!

Catapult for Kids STEM Project

How to Make a Catapult for Kids - this fun STEM Activity will keep them busy for hours! Four to six Popsicle sticks, three or more rubbed bands, glue (or glue gun), small cap, cotton balls or other small items (buttons?) for catapulting.

Fun Things to Do with Your babies and toddlers interesting art in preschool education

Fun preschool art activities, A to E hand print alphabet arts for Kindergarten kids, kids hand painting ideas, hand printed arts for preschool kids

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