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  • Mary Lemmon

    Fun thing to do with my boys :)

  • Kel Gera

    Play At Home Mom LLC preschool science

  • Michelle Owens

    Science Fun - experiments for @kathi Whitcomb

  • Lou B

    Lava Lamps Fill a bottle 3/4 full with vegetable oil.  (You can use pretty much anything tall that you can see through).   We used a small glass jar.  A plastic soda or water bottle works great as well.   Fill the rest of the bottle with water.... leave a little space at the top Add 10-15 drops of food coloring. If they get squeeze happy, it's OK!   Divide the Alka-Seltzer tablet into little pieces. Drop one of the pieces of Alka-Seltzer into the oil and water mixture. The food coloring will start to dance around and it will bubble a bit. When the bubbling stops, add another piece of Alka-Seltzer.  When you are done you can screw a top on and shake it around a bit.

  • Lana Albertson

    Exploring colors/mixtures | Activities For Children | Outdoor Play | Play At Home Mom

  • Lowe Ann Elliott

    Homemade lava lamp. Science project?

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