"Next winter, if your area is below go outside and blow bubbles! They immediately turn into "ice bubbles." SO FUN !" --- That was the original caption on this Pin. I'm sorry but if it's or below, I'm NOT going outside to frolic and blow frozen bubbles!
Colored water in squeeze bottles for drawing in the snow. Totally doing this this winter. Science and Art grade Teach a lesson on the weather changes outside. Then take the kids outside and paint the snow with these colored water bottles
Rainbow Bubble Snakes - Need: Half a waterbottle, rubberband, bubbles (dishsoap/water), food coloring, sock. Steps: Dip sock held by a rubber band on the water bottle in food coloring in dish soap and food coloring and blow. Have fun!
THIS is why I dont drink mountain dew! ~~~~~Leave of Mountain dew in bottle (just don't drink it all), add a tiny bit of baking soda and 3 caps of peroxide. Put the lid on and shake - Homemade glow stick (bottle) solution! kids would love this!
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!
Great Bubble DIY for Kids – Make Bubbles that Will Bounce. 1 C distilled drinking water 1 Tablespoon dish soap 1 Teaspoon of glycerin, a straw to blow the bubbles with or a bubble wand, 1 clean glove (or sock) – (this is to keep the bubble from popping)
DIY Fun SCIENCE Experiment~ Make "Ice Tunnels" by combining ordinary salt, ice and Liquid Watercolor in an unforgettable art and science experiment. Try this on sunny day with lots of bright sunlight and you'll experience amazing color, light refraction a