Watch as the blue and yellow water travel up the paper towel and makes it's way into the empty cup making green water. Neat!

Walking Water experiment (and colour theory/ colour mixing too!)

How plants absorb water science experiment!

Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain. Kids love experiments!

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Cut up pipe-cleaners and place them in a bottle. Use a magnet to manipulate them. kids will stay busy for hours.

A marble slide from paper towel rolls, love this!

How FUN!! I did something similiar to this as a child and I think I may do it again with MY children!

30 Family Activities- lots that involve simple science experiments that are loads of fun for kids!

Love science-y projects! ... @Carrie Mcknelly Gordon Vosika let's do this!


What a neat idea...grow a bean seed in the CD case. You can write on the case to label the various parts as it grows.

Lima Bean planting: This cute frame made to look like a see through pot added some charm to growing a lima bean. Wet a paper towel and put it in a sealed ziplock bag with a few lima beans. Place in a sunny window; but change the paper towel and water (not too much) after a few days to keep it from getting moldy.

Science for Kids: Water bottle fountain. Fantastic Science activity for the classroom for all ages!

HOW CUTE ARE THESE? Springtime Science with Seeds (at Kindergarten Rocks via RainbowsWithinReach)

Exploding Paint Bags- a super FUN way for kids to create art with a little Science mixed in, too!

"marshmallow points" (during winter months, kids earn marshmallow points as a class for making good choices, following class rules, going above and beyond; when mug is full, they get a hot chocolate party.)

Indoor Foot Volleyball - core and shoulder strength, motor planning, body awareness

making the cloud rain

Plastic Bag Experiment

Make slushies without a blender - a fun science experiment for kids