Homemade window clings - could also do on wax paper, instead :) Here’s what you’ll need for this project: white school glue liquid dish soap food coloring glitter (optional) bowls paintbrushes wooden skewer (optional) plastic page protector template
Holiday craft Borax snowflakes - If you have Borax at home, you SO need to do this with the kids. Do it after dinner, and by breakfast the kids will be amazed at what has happened! We have 8 snowflakes hanging in our window just a-sparkling away!
Hanging crayon hearts DIY from Martha Stewart. trap medium amount of crayon shavings between large sheet of wax paper folded over. Use similar colors or make a rainbow! then iron between craft paper (to protect iron
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!
Use chemistry to make a bouncing polymer ball, then alter the procedure to see the effect the changes have on the characteristics of the bouncing ball.: Make a Bouncing Polymer Ball - Introduction and Materials
Dilly-Dali Art: Rainbow "Pour Painted" Pots - easy and fun. This is totally designed as a kid's project but I imagine it could get really awesome if we just swapped out the rainbow colours for a more sophisticated pallette. Fast to make too!
Place milk in shallow dish- add drops of food coloring. Now grab a *magic* toothpick. Just dip the end in dish soap & touch the milk with it. Colors instantly shoot out at lightning speed creating a wake of rainbows.