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Vinegar. Not even once.

Funny pictures about This is what happens to an egg submerged in vinegar. Oh, and cool pics about This is what happens to an egg submerged in vinegar. Also, This is what happens to an egg submerged in vinegar.

Science for kids ages 2 and up. We love fun science for kids and this easy activity is one of our favorites. With just a few household ingredients, you can actually pour a rainbow in a jar. Cool, huh?! Science for Kids: Rainbow Jar Prep This project requires quite a few things but most of it is probably stuff …

Rainbow Jar

Science for kids, kids science, rainbow jar, make a rainbow in a jar. I would try to get plastic peanut butter jars donated for this.

Kool-aid Slime- edible, easy to make, and borax free!

Edible & Borax Free Kool-aid SLIME Kool-aid Slime Recipe tbsp of clear Metamucil (per slime color) cup of water -Kool-aid packets (without sugar added) -Optional- food coloring for richer coloring

Homemade floam is easy to make and SO FUN!  Much cheaper than store bought, too!

Homemade floam is easy to make and SO FUN! Much cheaper than store bought, too! Recipe: tsp of borax cup of warm water & cup of warm water- divided oz of white school & cups of polystyrene beads Optional: drops of food coloring

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Here is how you can make Homemade GAK as well! SUPPLIES: - TWO 4 oz. bottles of Elmer’s Glue - 1 tsp. Borax (found in the laundry detergent section of the store) - Water - Plastic Cup - Bowl - Food Coloring

"Perfect fall activity at home or in the classroom! DIY play dough - pumpkin pie scented & colored!"

Pumpkin Pie Play Dough

Pumpkin Pie Scented Playdough - perfect for fall! Made for Kahlan today. Smells great but mine was a brownish orange cause the pumpkin pie spice was brown so when I added the food coloring it just became brownish orange lol

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DIY Naked Egg- use to show chemical reaction (dissolves calcium carbonate shell), semi-permeable membrane, osmosis, (equalization of water concentration).

Pop Rocks Expander - Candy Science | Experiments | Steve Spangler Science

Growing a STEM Classroom: Make your Science Pop with Pop Rocks! Have the kids observe the chemical reaction that takes place between the pop rocks and soda/water!

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Marshmallow Science Experiment-Color Change

Color Change Marshmallow Science Experiment (Fantastic Fun and Learning) take it a step further: paint with the marshmallow water

Hopping Corn Experiment

Hopping Corn Science Activity

Hopping Corn Science Activity - this would be an easy science project that even very young children could do. For the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering’s Family STEM Nights.


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