Jelly Beans Science experiments often call for combining different items and finding what will happen. They also ask for research and a write-up or chart of your findings. Science experiments that use jelly beans as one of their main ingredients are as tasty as they are educational. Whether testing taste, modeling how things work and look or breaking down ingredients, jelly beans make science fun and informative. Beans Science, Rainbows Colors, Candy Rainbows, Science Experiment, Beans Yum, Colors Rainbows, Jellybean, Jelly Beans, Yummy Jelly
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Learn about rainbows and colors or celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these fun rainbow science experiments for kids.
Elephant toothpaste (really fun foaming science experiment using hydrogen peroxide, dish soap, and yeast!)
Lots of hands-on science experiments you can do at home with your kids, from preschool to elementary school. from Creekside Learning
Air Pressure Experiment for Kids at Kids Activities Blog. This is a great way to help kids see the force of air as it moves objects!
Science Experiments: Weather (This set includes directions, student recording sheets, and age-appropriate explanation sheets for 8 different experiments.) $3.00