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    homemade bouncy balls!

    How to make a bouncy ball! Kid's favorite!

    Snow/rainy day activity...make bouncy balls with Elmer's glue, borax, and cornstarch!

    Flubber recipe

    Change water into marbles in minutes!!! Its fricking cool!

    Boo Bubbles...Fun Science Project for Kids This is really cool. go to sight and watch video about dry ice bubbles. so fun

    Make a Hovercraft This is a brilliant kid craft--so brilliant that you may indeed find yourself playing with it too. Not that I'd have any experience with that.

    This is my FAVORITE experiment to do with kids!

    Glowing waterbeads - these things are so cool and easy to make!

    Sound experience Glow stick xylophone. Put the glow sticks in cups of water and an aura comes off in the dark, when you tap them. Gotta try this!

    DIY bouncy balls.

    Recipe for Silly Putty and it could be a "science experiment"! How neat!

    Cool science experiment for kids! Rainbow Roses Get white of cream colored long stem roses. (Carnations work well too). Cut the stem according to the picture, you will then place 4 glasses of food color dyed water together. Put one piece of stem per color and allow the flower to soak up different colors.

    Homemade Silly Putty! You can make your own at home for hours of FUN sensory play!

    A website dedicated to science experiments using candy.

    Momma's Fun World: 45 fun things you can do with food coloring

    16.) Let your kids experiment with water marbles.

    DIY: marbled milk paper

    Free shipping and returns on Thames & Kosmos 'Rocket Science' Experiment Kit at How to become a rocket scientist? This kit is a good start. A step-by-step manual guides kids (and adults) through 18 mind-propelling experiments, from a "stomp on" rocket launcher to water- and air-powered models that demonstrate action, reaction, gravity and inertia. So whether you're wondering about air pressure or trying to escape Earth's gravitation pull, this all-inclusive bundle makes a fun first step.

    tons of great science for later :)