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Dissolving, Expanding And Bouncing Egg Science Experiment

Blue Bear Wood: Dissolving, Expanding And Bouncing Eggs

...this is totally genius. And not just for kids! This is what happens when you microwave a bar of Ivory soap! Then you can tear it up, color it, and mold it into shapes! Its not wet and messy, either! This is awesome!

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How to Grow Your Own Crystal Geodes - A Cool Science Experiment for Kids

How to Grow Your Own Crystal Geodes – A Cool Science Experiment for Kids

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Here Are 33 Cheap But Brilliant Ways You Can Keep Your Kids Busy. I Wanna Do #15!

19.) Balloon rockets teach a lesson, plus they are just fun.

AMAZING lava lamp sensory bags. These are easy to make and allow kids to explore in a variety of ways. Learn colors, explore the Science of liquids, create fun works of art, and engage in sensory play in a mess free way. There is no clean up with these and the FUN never ends.

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How to Make Magnetic Slime

Magnetic Slime

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Science Experiment: Elephant Toothpaste

elephant toothpaste...for fun days with my boys this summer

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10 Awesome Minute to Win It Party Games

Minute to Win It Games - Suck It Up + 10 More Fun Minute to Win It Party Games!

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Cool Science Experiments with Viva® Vantage Paper Towels

Really cool ideas for paper towel science experiments. Great science project!

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Stomach Bug Prevention Trick (Every mom should know this!)

i should be mopping the floor: Stomach Bug Prevention Trick (Every mom should know this!)

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How to Remove Gum from Clothes

Gum stuck to clothes. Boil vinegar, and pour on gum. Use a brush to wipe off. Gum will come off instantly.

The penny experiment - an easy science experiment for kids to try in honor of President's Day (or anytime)