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Fireworks in a jar

Fireworks in a Jar

These twelve science fair project ideas encourage children to test, tinker with, experiment, hypothesize, and evaluate various properties and phenomena.

Science Fair Project Ideas

12 science fair project ideas encourage children to test, tinker with, experiment, hypothesize, and evaluate various properties and phenomena.

Fireworks in a glass! Such a cool & inexpensive Science Experiment for the kids!

Fireworks in a Glass!

Fireworks in a glass! Such a cool & inexpensive Science Experiment for the kids!, need to be mindful of your oil/ water/food coloring ratio. Ours was too heavy the first time and turned the water black in about 2 seconds

thats cool

Incredible Weather Craft for Making Own Clouds! (pinned by Super Simple Songs) great weather activity site! We will complete this experiment, but it's so MUCH fun! Try it and some of the other fun ideas at home!

tornado - my kids will love this!

Water, jar, dish soap= tornado in a jar. Pinner: Used a baby food jar and this didn't really work. Used a prego jar and filled with water to about an inch from the top and added a couple drops of dish soap. Fun to see the Tornado.

...in a dry and thirsty land...: Making stuff from Pinterest: 2nd week of July

Sun melted crayon CANDLE - Fun Summer project for kids. Put crayons in a jar and tie a wick to a pencil. Put the jar outside in the sun.

Cristales de aspirina

Ice crystals in a jar! Chemistry Experiments For Kids. Aspirin+ water in a jar plus darkness for days adding aspirin one a day grows the image

Make coloured sand art by stirring a chalk stick in a bowl of salt.

Make colored sand art by stirring a chalk stick in a bowl of salt. it changes the color. Stir less for light color and more for dark richer color. (I used to do this with salt and food coloring. but the chalk stick idea is brilliant!

Activity for ages 3 and up. When it comes to kids’ science, it doesn’t get much simpler than making a tornado in a jar. This five minute activity uses just two common household ingredients and has a big wow factor. Easy and exciting. Gotta’ love that kind of kids’ science!! Kids’ Science: Make a Tornado in a Jar   …

Tornado in a Jar

Activity for ages 3 and up. When ittwo common household ingredients and has a big wow factor. Easy and exciting. Gotta’ love that kind of kids’ science!’ Science: Make a Tornado in a Jar …

Rainy day project with kath

I love anything glow in the dark! Glow in the dark mason jars. just paint dots on the inside with glow in the dark paint.

A volcano in a mug. Neat idea to show kids how they work. Much more accurate…

A volcano in a mug. Neat idea to show kids how they work. Much more accurate than the old baking soda/vinegar idea.uch more accurate than the old baking soda/vinegar idea.

Create a hurricane in a jar with everyday items! Materials: a glass jar, soap that contains Softsoap, water, food coloring is optional via One Time Through #STEM #DIY

Make a Hurricane in a Jar

Create a hurricane in a jar with everyday items! Materials: a glass jar, soap that contains Softsoap, water, food coloring is optional via One Time Through

The Magic Ketchup Experiment! Kid friendly site with lots of neat experiments!

The Magic Ketchup Experiment! Kid friendly site with lots of neat experiments and science fair ideas! Pinned for my grand kids.

The Rubber Egg!  Turn an egg into a rubber ball - so simple and super cool science!

The Rubber Egg

The ants whose multi-coloured abdomens show exactly what they've been eating

This could be a fun science fair project someday :) Ants stomachs are transparent. a woman noticed it when ants drank/ate spilled milk one day so she gave them some colorful candy and then photographed them!