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Growing Crystals

Colorful Homegrown Crystals: Crystals and geodes are all the rage right now, so help your loved ones get in on the accessory trend with some homegrown crystals.

Cool Science for Kids: Growing Crystals (pipe cleaners, borax and hot water) in the shape of their name or snowflakes, starbursts.

Everything and nothing: Activities for Preschool: Growing a magic crystal cherry blossom tree (Sakura) - Make a magical tree bloom salt crys ...

Growing Crystals Overnight - Layers of Learning

Copper sulfate crystals are among the easiest and most beautiful crystals that you can grow. The brilliant blue crystals can be grown relatively quickly and can become quite large. Here's how you can grow copper sulfate crystals yourself.

How to grow your own Crystals – a fantastic, easy and cheap Science Experiment for kids!

These necklaces “rock”! Learn how to grow your own crystals to make these gorgeous geode pendants!

diy geode amethyst style crystals grow your own crystals jewel box gold paint

another, quicker growing crystals option

Bismuth Geode/ bismuth that has been grown and cooled in an eggshell! Apparently bismuth is one of the easiest crystals to grow yourself. Bismuth does not naturally occur in geode form. What fun to create your own dragon's egg!

Rock candy! Simple, fun and yummy kids craft idea. And they can learn a little something, too!

Science Experiments for Kids: How to Grow Crystals by 123 Homeschool 4 Me. Not only are kids learning but the final result of this activity is beautiful. Check out Beth's tutorial!

Egg Shell Geodes - this really works and is such fun for kids. Plan ahead if you want to do this for Easter

Growing crystals with borax powder (a mineral) and pipe cleaners is a popular kids craft, but...

Salt and vinegar crystals are non-toxic and easy to grow.

Magic Crystals - These magic crystals are made with only 3 ingredients, one of them being Epsom Salts. Grow your own overnight and watch kids' eyes brighten!