Phosphorus, household products and black light experiment (use the google translate button to go from French to English)

Phosphorus, household products and black light experiment (use the google translate button to go from French to English)

15 ideas para reutilizar frascos de comida de bebé | Blog de BabyCenter

15 ideas para reutilizar frascos de comida de bebé

15 ideas para reutilizar frascos de comida de bebé | Blog de BabyCenter

Glow Stick Peg Board - -  Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Glow Stick Peg Board - - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Glowing Reactions | Activities For Children | Adventures in the Dark, Science | Play At Home Mom

Glowing Reactions | Activities For Children | Adventures in the Dark, Science | Play At Home Mom

Natural materials for light table...contact paper and masking tape. Now why didn't i think of that?!

Natural materials for light table...contact paper and masking tape. Now why didn't i think of that?!

Build your own anemometer for measuring wind speed.  2nd Grade NC Science Essential Standards.

Build your own anemometer for measuring wind speed. 2nd Grade NC Science Essential Standards.

#DIYCloud #Science /You can easily show this to your kids with a few simple materials. You’ll need shaving cream (use the foam kind), a jar, water, and food coloring.  Fill the jar almost to the top with water. Cover the top with a “cloud” of shaving cream. Let your child drop food coloring into the cloud until the color starts “raining” into the water below. Explain that this is how rain works too. The water collects in the cloud until there is too much, and then it leaks through, forming…

Summer Cloud Science

#DIYCloud #Science /You can easily show this to your kids with a few simple materials. You’ll need shaving cream (use the foam kind), a jar, water, and food coloring. Fill the jar almost to the top with water. Cover the top with a “cloud” of shaving cream. Let your child drop food coloring into the cloud until the color starts “raining” into the water below. Explain that this is how rain works too. The water collects in the cloud until there is too much, and then it leaks through, forming…

using LED lights as cars on a ball run, so fun!!!

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