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20 Easy and FUN Science Experiments for your Little Scientists

“Elephant’s toothpaste” is a wonderful illustration of the power of a catalyst to speed up a reaction. What You Need 6% Hydrogen peroxide (1/2 cup), Yeast (1 tsp.), Hot water (2 tbsp. approx.) in a small dish, Food coloring, liquid dish soap, Empty soda/water bottle (small), Tray to stand the bottle on to catch the foam, Funnel (optional) Looks like a fun experiment

from Twodaloo

Night Sky Activities for Preschool: Galaxy Slime


Ocean Water

Ocean Water - 7Up or Sprite, blue food coloring, Swedish Fish. Fun for kids summer parties. // For more family resources visit! :)

from Fun at Home with Kids

How to get the Best Baking Soda and Vinegar Reaction!

Come learn an easy trick that will get you the most dramatic, puffy, foamy baking soda and vinegar eruptions and learn the science behind it! From Fun at Home with Kids

1/4” Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda and 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake and it glows. Call me childish, but I want to try this SO BAD!!

from Mum In The Madhouse

Mini Pizza Bites – cooking with kids

Mini pizza bites. These delicious mouthfuls of pizza are perfect for kids lunchboxes or delightly snacks. They are perfect for cooking with kids.