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Mad Science Week Activities - homemade bouncy balls, lots of fizzy, messy explorations & so much  hands-on fun

We did a bouncy ball today. M had so much fun! We'll do one with glitter next. Mad Science Week Activities - homemade bouncy balls, lots of fizzy, messy explorations & so much hands-on fun

How to Make Homemade Bouncy Balls - very fun children's craft!

How to Make Homemade Bouncy Balls for Kids (That really bounce!) How to Make Homemade Bouncy Balls- that really bounce! Need fantastic tips about arts and crafts?

MAD SCIENTIST WEEK - I love this site bc it explains the science behind each project

MAD SCIENTIST WEEK - I love this site bc it explains the science behind each project - science lesson ideas

Children have an innate sense of curiosity. Such curiosity leads them to an exploration of the world around them and the natural progression to science. Science

Have some science fun with the kids. Here are lots of great science experiments with stuff you have on hand. KidStyleFile Roundup: Cool Kids Science Experiments To Make With Pantry Items

DIY Homemade Flubber

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Homemade Flubber Recipe and Borax Uses for Kids on Frugal Coupon Living. 15 of the most creative Borax Recipes and science experiments to create in the home. Hands-on science experiments for kids.

All Things Beautiful: Summer Fun #43: Fizzy Explosion Bags. Consider warning the neighbors about the noise...

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

Homemade Magnetic Slime- TOO COOL! This stuff takes minutes to make & is a sure way to WOW the kids!

Every where I look I see kids posting about making cool slime recipes. So here are some of the best DIY slime recipes I could find for your to try!

35 Magical Science Experiments. Make crystal words, fireworks in a jar... tons of ideas!

35 Science Experiments That Are Basically Magic

35 Science Experiments That Are Basically Magic. These would be great for an intro activity, or a day when you need to fill some time, such as before a break.

To make GLOWING Rainbow Eruptions you will need:      Vinegar   Baking soda   Fluorescent or glow in the dark paint   Dish soap (optional)

Glowing Science - Rainbow Eruptions GLOWING Volcano Eruptions Materials Vinegar Baking soda Glow in the dark paint or Fluorescent paint Dish soap (optional)

1 c. bubble soap 1/2c. tempera paint  blow bubbles w/ a straw and touch paper over it to make bubble prints

Sofia the First: Tiara and Amulet

soap bubble painting (dishsoap, water, and paint. blow with a straw and press paper down on top) I loved doing this, but be sure kids wear paintshirts.bubble bursting is messy business!

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