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    Twisting Tornadoes - Craft, Experiment, Journal Page and More

    Awesome kids science activity! Make a tornado in a jar.

    Preschool Science: Tornado in a Jar Experiment #creativepreschoolers

    Yarn Wrapped Tornado Craft - To the Moon and Back

    Read Otis and the Tornado, then do this Tornado in a Bottle Science Activity to give a hands-on demonstration for how tornados swirl in the sky! It's the perfect activity to pair with this book about wild weather and helping those in need, even if they haven't always been nice!

    Tornado pattern. Use the printable outline for crafts, creating stencils, scrapbooking, and more. Free PDF template to download and print at patternuniverse.c...

    Life in First Grade: Valentine's Door and Tornadoes!

    Tornado craft ... Draw several ovals increasing in size, cut them out, have children paste them as shown.

    Awesome tornado art/sewing card by Melissa!

    Bottle Tornado - Educational Activities for Kids #education #crafts #kids

    tornado painting with stickers - weather craft for kids - preschool - www.walkinthesuns...

    Science craft/experiment: Tornado in a bottle

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    Kathys Cluttered Mind: Twisting Tornadoes - Craft, Experiment, Journal Page and More

    5 ways to explore Air and Wind through experiments on Hot and Cold air movements as well as air pressure, two DIY crafts making your own weathervane and wind chimes from recyclables, an experiment with a tornado in a jar plus printable worksheet

    Kathys Cluttered Mind: Twisting Tornadoes - Craft, Experiment, Journal Page and More

    Oil water and food coloring... starting of fun to do with kids... maybe add a second bottle to create a tornado bottle good for science projects!

    Twisting Tornadoes - Craft, Experiment, Journal Page and More

    First Grader...at Last!: Weather crafts and experiments

    Twisting Tornadoes - Craft, Experiment, Journal Page and More

    Balloon and Starch Ornaments Guest Post by Mary Kate Warner Christmas is the most joyous of all Christian celebrations because it re-creates the events of the birth of Christ. Our craft demonstrates how to deal with unforeseen tragedy like a tornado or forest fire that can make people feel that God has deserted them. We will show that even though we can’t see Him, he is always with him. We will help our children remember to remember the good things in life and to be grateful for what they have.

    We’re having fun being scientists as we make a glitter tornado craft. My daughter loves to wear anything that makes her work more efficiently, so we grabbed a pair of goggles, our science notebook, and got to work on a... Continue Reading →

    Boy Birthday Party Idea- Natural disaster party with science experiments and crafts including a volcano, skyscraper building, earthquake, tornado and more. #birthdayparty Keeping it Simple

    Twisting Tornadoes - Craft, Experiment, Journal Page and More