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Salt Water vs. Tap Water experiment - why do some things float in one, but not the other?

Salt and Water Experiment

Fill some balloons with water, and others with air, and observe which float and, which sink.

Preschool science and sensory with balloons and water

Could also include a squirt bottle with water (old sanitizer bottle, mustard.) and let the kids fill some balloons.

Looking for a fun after school activity to do with the kids? Try this fun salt water experiment!

Salt Water Experiment

Looking for a fun after school activity to do with the kids? Try this fun salt water experiment!

You can float a coin on the surface of the water!  Students of all ages love this lesson.

You can demonstrate concepts such as surface tension, buoyancy, and even eddy currents with Japanese yen coins! Who knew that a single coin could be used for so many classroom science activities!

Scientific Method for Kids – Gravity Experiment

Scientific Method for Kids - Gravity Experiment

salt water v fresh water

Salt Water/Fresh Water Experiment to show differences in properties of salt water and freshwater.

Educational Videos: Bill Nye's Science Demos | Disney Educational Productions   With teacher printables for the school year : )

FREE Science Videos~ Disney presents short, interesting science demonstrations by Bill Nye. Each clip is minutes, loads right from the home page, and is kid-friendly!

Borax crystal shapes.  Dissolve 1/3 cup borax in jar filled with boiling water.  Hang pipe cleaner shapes suspended from popsicle sticks.  Let sit overnight.  Can add food color to borax solution.

Didn't work the best Borax crystal shapes. Dissolve cup borax in jar filled with boiling water. Hang pipe cleaner shapes suspended from popsicle sticks. Let sit overnight. Can add food color to borax solution.

Siphon Water with Suction and Gravity  http://www.education.com/activity/article/pump-siphon-science/

Siphon With Suction and Gravity!

Your preschooler can learn how to siphon water with just two bottles and a plastic tube in this fun, educational science activity.

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