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What is STEAM? Why does it Matter?

STEAM takes the STEM model and adds in the arts to the sciences and math. Creating a bridge to connect the creatives and the innovators at a young age.

Fill balloons with water and add food coloring, once frozen cut the balloons off & they look like giant marbles.

Baking Soda Glitter Dishsoap Vinegar Glass jar Food coloring To do the experiment fill the jar halfway with vinegar, have your child add a couple drops of food coloring and some glitter. Then stir in a good dallop of dishsoap. Place the jar on a tray or cookie sheet and have your child add in a heaping teaspoon of baking soda, then sit back and and let the foaming begin! The soap makes it foam rather than fizz.

Fun Science for Kids: Elephant Toothpaste!

Decora una caja de cartón y abre un hoyo para metes pelotas por allí. Una actividad para la motricidad, coordinación, precisión y paciencia

• 3/4 cup cold water • 1 cup Elmer’s glue • liquid food coloring • 1/2 cup hot water • 1 teaspoon borax Directions: In bowl 1 – mix together the cold water, glue, and food coloring, set aside. In bowl 2 – mix together the hot water and borax, until the borax is completely dissolved. Slowly add glue mixture to borax mixture. Mix well. Pour off excess water.

15 Science Experiments that POP, FIZZ and CRACKLE

Fireworks in a Jar =) this is so cool. My grandson is obsessed with fireworks on our I-Phones so I would love to try and see what he thinks!