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    Fairies in a jar DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top with a lid. 3. Shake.

    Chemistry! Make your own bouncy balls :)

    Make a Lava Lamp Science Experiment by Jamie Reimer Make a lava lamp with your preschooler, and your preschooler will love science experiments! I can’t promise that, but Henry has. Lava lamps are simple to make, too.

    Make a lava lamp!

    Easy Homemade Playdough Recipe

    DIY gel boards. Good for practicing writing, drawing, and calming. I like this variation of attaching it to a board and putting contact paper on it to make it sturdy while giving it a hard back and to keep the bag from ripping!!

    {homemade lava lamp} How cool is this? For a little science fun, fill a small plastic bottle with water and vegetable oil leaving a few inches of space at the top of the bottle. Add a few drops of food coloring, then slowly add a few effervescent antacid tablets (aka Alka Seltzer)…..

    A good homemade slime recipe with borax instead of liquid starch. I think you can literally make just about anything with Borax!!

    make a cave, w/cave paintings inside even. How fun is that?

    Blue sensory bottle

    Use simple kitchen items to make your very own faux lava lamp! So much fun!

    fun stuff to do with kids

    Easy Lava Lamps

    This is a great playdough recipe and the directions are easy to follow. It's pretty fast too.

    I couldn't find the original website but I saw this and had to re-pin. I think this is a great idea for those students who need a sensory break or even just a fun activity when all work is done. You could make it into a scavenger hunt game and have a worksheet for kids to find certain items. Jennifer Mosansky


    How to make a LAVA LAMP - this is a really fun summer activity, science experiment for kids. Great for #preschool #homeschool #summerbucketlist

    Veg oil, water, alka seltzer, food coloring, and a bottle. Fill a bottle 2/3 with veg oil and 1/3 with water (keeping in mind to leave 1" at the top). Add 10 drops food coloring. Add 1 alka seltzer (broken in a few pieces, adding one piece at a time - when first piece stops bubbling, add next) and watch the colors.

    Kid made Lave lamp- fun Science **We did this in co-op class and the kids really liked it. Cool in any color.

    Science experiment: Watch as the blue and yellow water travel up the paper towel and makes it's way into the empty cup making green water. KS3