5 (actually 7) color science experiments for kids.  Fizzing and bubbling goop science, magic rainbow snowballs, dancing powder kid science, rainbow ice volcano, rainbow shamrock science using kool-aid and water, volcano eggs - make them erupt over and over, ice art.  Great to use for Cub Scouts!

color science experiments for kids-mainly using baking soda, Kool Aid, water, and sometimes Vinegar

Fireworks in a bottle - looks fun and easy!!  1/3 bottle of water, 2/3 oil, coloring (food coloring, paint), alka seltzer.... I wanna do this with the kids. ....sc:-)

These work great! Did them for a school science night using smaller bottles. They look like lava lamps. - Fireworks in a bottle - looks fun and easy! bottle of water, oil, coloring (food coloring, paint), alka seltzer.

Growing Gummy Bears by kidsmakestuff: A variation is to compare salt water vs plain water.  #Gummy_Bears #Kids #kidsmakestuff

Growing Gummy Bears by kidsmakestuff: A variation is to compare salt water vs plain water. Finally, something gummi bears are useful for!

Water Cycle Review Game Jeopardy

The water cycle ( hydrologic cycle or the cycle), is the continuous cycle of water on, above and below the surface of the Earth.In this animated lesson,kids can very easily understand the whole water cycle process in a fun and easy way.

This site has TONS of kid friendly science experiments that would be perfect for the box of science experiments!

Kids Science Experiments - Kids Science Projects fun, easy, and exciting. The experiments actually demonstrate the concept they intend.

Chemistry Experiments For Kids | Science Experiments For Kids aspirin+ water in a jar plus darkness 4-5 days adding aspirin one a day grows the image

10 Easy Science Projects for Kids - Page 10 of 11

Very cool experiment.Chemistry Experiments For Kids. Aspirin+ water in a jar plus darkness for days adding aspirin one a day grows the image

Edible Science Experiment: Making Butter & Whipped Cream - Make and Takes

Edible Science Experiment: Making Butter & Whipped Cream

I love taking kid’s projects and finding a way to make them edible. Today is no exception. Let’s grab our lab coats and head to the kitchen for some science fun! The kitchen holds great potential for science experiments with.

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