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Make it RAIN!  Hot water in the jar, cold front "clouds" on top...it rains in the jar.  Totally awesome.

Water Cycle - Hot water in jar, ice at top to condense. Kids would "get" the water cycle SO MUCH more if they did THIS instead of just read about it in a text book!and so simple.

Disappearing colors experiment!  Fun for all ages! Closing - Day 4 This could be used to show how Jesus'  blood washes us clean (continually, since the color disappears.)

Ed Disappearing colors experiment! Fun for all ages! Closing - Day 4 This could be used to show how Jesus' blood washes us clean (continually, since the color disappears.

At TGIF, we love doing science activities with our grandkids! That's why we searched high and low for 25 of the most amazing kid-approved science projects!

25 Amazing Kid-Approved Science Projects

Tornado in a Jar: jar, water, dish soap. How to: Fill the jar with water, squeeze in some dish soap (just a little), and shake!

For camping or late nights at the beach? Leave 1/4 of Mountain dew in bottle (just dont drink it all), add a tiny bit of baking soda and 3 caps of peroxide.  Put the lid on and shake - voila! Homemade glow stick (bottle) solution. - Click image to find more DIY  Crafts Pinterest pins" data-componentType="MODAL_PIN

Leave of Mountain Dew in bottle, add a tiny bit of baking soda and 3 caps of peroxide. Put the lid on and shake - walla homemade glow stick (bottle) solution. What a fun summer thing to do with the boys!

How to get the Best Baking Soda and Vinegar Reaction!

How to get the Best Baking Soda and Vinegar Reaction!

Come learn an easy trick that will get you the most dramatic, puffy, foamy baking soda and vinegar eruptions and learn the science behind it! From Fun at Home with Kids. Baking soda and vinegar mixed with a tough of soap.

Zo kun je goed zien wat er gebeurt als het zaadje/de boon gaat ontkiemen. Je hoeft er maar voor de helft water in te doen, het keuken papier zuigt het zelf op

A great way for kids to watch a seed grow. Lots of other kid-friendly gardening ideas, too. A great way for kids to watch a seed grow. Lots of other…

Walking Water Science Experiment for Kids - SO easy to do! My buddies loved it!

Walking Water Science Experiment for Kids

Children can learn about the weather with this rain cloud science experiment. Easy to conduct and fun for kids, you can use a jar or a glass from home.

Rain cloud science experiment

WEATHER:: Children can learn about the weather with this rain cloud science experiment. Easy to conduct and fun for kids, you can use a jar or a glass from home.

Chances are you have glasses and food coloring at home, which means you've already got about half the supplies needed for these simple experiments.

Simple Science Experiments With 5 Supplies or Less

Learn with Play at home: Cloud Jars. Fun and Interactive Science for Kids. An example of how clouds hold water.and when there is too much water the cloud rains.

Do you live in a place where hot and humid air makes the weather unstable in July and August? It might be the perfect time to study different types of clouds with your kids.

Summer Cloud Science

Science Experiments for Kids. Activities so many kids’ science experiments you can do at home. From learning about how clouds rain to making sun-dried raisins, this list of 20 favorite science activities promises to be fun for kids AND grown ups.

Children have an innate sense of curiosity. Such curiosity leads them to an exploration of the world around them and the natural progression to science. Science

Children have an innate sense of curiosity. Such curiosity leads them to an exploration of the world around them and the natural progression to science. Science Summer Fun Kids Summer fun ideas for kids

These twelve science fair project ideas encourage children to test, tinker with, experiment, hypothesize, and evaluate various properties and phenomena.

Science Fair Project Ideas

12 science fair project ideas encourage children to test, tinker with, experiment, hypothesize, and evaluate various properties and phenomena.

Fun Rain Project.  Cup with water, put shaving cream on top, and then drop food coloring on the shaving cream.  Watch it "rain".

Weather experiment - take a clear plastic cup and add plain water. Put a small amount of shaving creme on top. Then a few drops of red and yellow food coloring. The food coloring slowly finds it's way down into the water to make ORANGE rain! What fun!

Tornado in a Bottle: Easiest DIY Science Lesson EVER, and other science experiments for little ones

Tornado in a Bottle: Easiest DIY Science Lesson EVER, and other science experiments for little ones. Use for weather, or T for tornado

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