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Alka Seltzer Blob Bottles!!   - Such a great craft to do with kids! Need: 1 Liter (or any size) bottle, regular water, cooking oil, food coloring, and Alka Seltzer.   Pour 3 quarters of a cup of water into the bottle, then fill the bottle the rest of the way up with your cooking oil. Next you want to wait for a little bit or until the water has settled at the bottom of the bottle and the oil at the top of it. Then pick your favorite color and pour about 8 drops of the food coloring into the…

Really good for a PEOP lesson or a Science connection :) Alka Seltzer Blob Bottles! - Such a great craft to do with kids! Need: 1 Liter (or any size) bottle, regular water, cooking oil, food coloring, and Alka Seltzer.

Egg + Vinegar = Fun little science project.  LOVE doing this.

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.

Prev Page2 of 11Next Page Rainbow Jar This rainbow jar is sure to excite and entertain your kids for a while. Playdough to Plato has all the details on how to make this colorful jar. Make sure you have enough supplies for…Read more →

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Color Mixing - Learn about absorption and how water moves with the dynamic "Walking Water Science Experiment for Kids" via Coffee Cups and Crayons

Hot ice, scientifically known as sodium acetate, is a liquid that will turn solid at the slightest provocation. Touching it with your finger, bumping it too hard, or speaking a few angry words will cause it to spring from a clear, water-like state into solid ice-like crystals.

Make Hot Ice from Vinegar and Baking Soda

Hot ice, scientifically known as sodium acetate, is a liquid that will turn solid at the slightest provocation. Touching it with your finger or bumping it too hard will cause it to spring from a clear, water-like state into solid ice-like crystals.

Glow stick Jar!  1. Break a glow stick  2. Put in a mason jar  3. Shake around  4. Enjoy the color!

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Glow stick in a jar, brilliant! Break open a glow stick, dump it in a jar, shake it up and you have an instant glow stick lantern! Perfect for outdoor parties. Must remember this!

Homemade Lava Lamps

Indoor Activities for Kids: Homemade Lava Lamps. Vegetable oil, a about of the water bottle, then water. 10 drops of food coloring. Then take a alkaseltzer tab and break it into 4 pieces. Drop one in at a time and wait for each to dissove!

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.

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Cómo hacer botellas mágicas

What you will need: Glass or plastic bottles with screw tops Water Glycerin or baby oil Glitter Metallic confetti

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