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Density Towers

DIY Amazing Density Tower from Things Found in Your Kitchen by stevespanglerscience: Make objects float in the middle of a liquid with this amazing trick. The idea is cool, but you need a tall glass (a vase?) and lots of each liquid to make it look good.

Watch these materials separate in a bottle or jar....science/sensory

mason jars...for kids

Cooler Kids - Good for focusing children. Shake it up and watch it separate again!

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!

Fireworks in a Jar

I love how this looks and how easy it is to do with the kids.  Very cool density experiment.

Sweet and Simple Things: Rainbow in a Jar - how to make a liquid rainbow. I did this with the kids as near as I could - some ingredients weren't available in Australia. Word of advice - don't shake it up!

Create a model of Ocean Zones (layers of the ocean) using a jar and several household ingredients!

Make Your Own Ocean Zones in a Jar

Create a model of Ocean Zones (layers of the ocean) using a jar and several household ingredients! Objectives: Identify the different layers of the ocean. Describe what lives in each layer of the ocean. Use small motor skills to pour objects into the jar.

I want to do this someday.

This could be a fun science fair project someday :) Ants stomachs are transparent. a woman noticed it when ants drank/ate spilled milk one day so she gave them some colorful candy and then photographed them!

Get the instructions here.

24 Science Experiments Your Kids Will Love

VBS Idea-Mad Scientist-This melting ice experiment is gorgeous and colorful. // 24 Kids' Science Experiments That Adults Can Enjoy, Too

This is what happens when you put an egg in vinegar for a while.

Funny pictures about This is what happens to an egg submerged in vinegar. Oh, and cool pics about This is what happens to an egg submerged in vinegar. Also, This is what happens to an egg submerged in vinegar.

Layered Density Discovery Bottle--Honey, Corn Syrup, Dawn Dish Liquid, Water (colored or not), Veg Oil, Lamp Oil

Layered Density Jar- Easy and you probably have everything you need at home already! do not leave children unattended with this. It is not safe as a sensory bottle because it contains lamp oil.

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