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The Dissolving Peeps Experiment - what does it take to dissolve a marshmallow Peep? I am SO doing this!!! Easter activity for science!

"The Dissolving Peeps Experiment - what does it take to dissolve a marshmallow Peep? From Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas. I'm thinking this would make a great science experiment to try with the kids over Spring Break!

Science experiment: Why do plants need water? Cabbage leaves are totally the way to go!

Fun Science Experiment! - Learning how plants absorb water

Teach your little Einstein how plants absorb water with this cabbage and food coloring experiment from "Paging Fun Mums"!

To use to describe what anger can do inside if we don't use calm down strategies

All Things Beautiful: Summer Fun Fizzy Explosion Bags. Exploding bags with baking soda and vinegar-science lesson. They take off like rockets!

Love this!!!  Totally going to do it this year!  Greenhouse growing Cups

DIY greenhouses with clear plastic cups.already brought my baby succulents and the mama succulent to room plants only grow from a seed you ask?Some plants can grow when you plant a leaf!

Sock plant :-) go for a walk outdoors with a sock over your foot.. Put it in a bag by a window n see what grows ;-)

Science for kids - Wear an old sock over your shoe. Go for a nature walk. Remove sock, spritz with water & put into a ziploc bag. Hang the bag in a window for 2 weeks.watch what GROWS!

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DIY Tabletop Biosphere

Learning why plants are vital for our ground water

WOW Wonders of Water (Brownie Journey)

Possible school experiment to show importance of wetlands/riparian zones! This shows the importance of plants in our soil. Plants like trees and grasses help purify ground water. Without them the ground water gets polluted and harder to clean and drink.

The Techy Teacher: Force and Motion -- Marshmallow Shooters!

Students create a cup with a balloon that launches marshmallows to show how force creates motion. Could do with cotton balls or pom poms instead of marshmallows. Great force and motion lesson!

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