Budding chemists aren't the only ones who will get a kick out of these experiments. From gassing up a balloon to making quicksand, every project is enjoyable and teaches something about how the natural world works. Ideas, For Kids, Science Experiments, Baking Sodas, Martha Stewart, Kids Science, Kid Science Projects, Summer Science, Fun Science
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Split a rib of napa cabbage and stick in dyed water. Food experiments help teach kids how their food grows and fuels them! can also be used to demonstrate how pesticides become the plant and how important it is to always eat organically grown high-water content produce.
This is a great nature activity for a rainy summer day when you still want to explore but can’t do it outside. Gather your materials. You will need some flowers with leaves and stems, a cutting board, plain white paper, a rolling pin or brayer roller, tweezers, and scissors.
Learn about rainbows and colors or celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these fun rainbow science experiments for kids.