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Fun kids' science experiment for St. Patrick's Day!! Rainbow Jar | @Malia {Playdough to Plato}

"I've seen this done with celery, but this is pretty cool...Looks good for showing water moving through plants"

Split a rib of napa cabbage and stick in dyed water. Food experiments help teach kids how their food grows and fuels them! can also be used to demonstrate how pesticides become the plant and how important it is to always eat organically grown high-water content produce.

Creating Colorful Icicles ~ Housing A Forest: This is seriously THE coolest science-ART experiment EVER!

I loved doing this experiment with my fifth graders - cool that they would come in and check on the progress every day at my desk!

Come Together Kids: "Elephant Toothpaste" Foaming Science Experiment. I'll be happy I repinned this in 10th grade when I am required to to science fair!

Learn about rainbows and colors or celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these fun rainbow science experiments for kids.

It's a bird, it's a plane... no it's cumulonimbus! Look at all the different kinds of shapes, sizes and patterns the clouds make int he sky! Here is a great way for children to learn how to identify the many fluffy wonders in the sky!

great ideas on different science experiments you can do with kids to help them learn and understand their world better....and have fun!

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