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Science Projects

Science Projects

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is it magnetic activity: put a bunch of items in a bin and a magnetic wand for child to test if it's magnetic or not and then sort into a "magnetic" or "not magnetic" jar or cup

Ice Tunnels combine salt, ice & watercolor in an unforgettable art and science experiment that costs only pennies. With bright sunlight you'll experience amazing color, light refraction and salt crystallization with the ultimate "hands-on" experience for children of all ages. To make, freeze water in plain plastic bowls overnight. Dump ice onto tray and follow linked directions. Experiment and see different effects using table salt vs. ice cream salt. #kids #crafts #science #experiments #art tå√

A simple science experiment for kids using candy

perfect bubbles

Homemade watercolors: 3 tbsp baking soda, 3 tbsp cornstarch, 3 tbsp white vinegar, 1 1/2 tsp light corn syrup, food coloring, add sparingly to individual pots

apparently this is the best, squishiest play dough ever. easy recipe.

Homemade kid art supplies.

Showing how the veins of a leaf work

Water marbles! Crazy how a few kitchen ingredients will make these. Weird, I can't wait to try.

On a tray, place a pile of baking soda. Mix vinegar + a few drops of food coloring in a cup. Give the kids an eyedropper. Have them fill it with vinegar, squeeze onto the baking soda and watch mini volcanoes erupt! rainy day idea!

Magic RAINBOW milk- super fun Science for kids!

Fun indoor snow recipe that "erupts"

Homemade porcelain

Borax, cornstarch, glue, food coloring, and water!

Simply only two ingredients. Looks too fun not to try.

Just add food coloring to your boiling water to color your noodles! Would be great for kids sleepovers.

Preschool Science Experiments: "Sparkly Explosion!" This website has lots of fun ideas to do with your preschoolers :)

can use The Cloud Book with this activity

The Dissolving Peeps Experiment - what does it take to dissolve a marshmallow Peep? I am SO doing this!!! Easter activity for science I hate peeps:)

Science experiments for the classroom

Corn starch, water, food coloring, muffin tins, and some foam brushes. I bet you don't even have to go buy anything. I mixed up a real thin solution of corn starch and water in a pyrex measuring cup, poured the white "paint" into the muffin tins. I added a few drops of food coloring to the solution when it was separated in the tin so I could do different colors. Less than five minutes, seriously.

Cute art project.

DIY bouncy balls

1 tbsp cornstarch, 4-6 pumps baby shampoo, 2-3 drops food coloring, 1-2 tsp water = voila! bathtub paint.

diy moon sand