This tornado in a jar would be a great visual for a science lesson. It is easy to make and interactive. The students can shake the jar in a circle to get the tornado formation and see its shape and how it moves. Adding "Elijah" to the jar?
20 Fun and Creative Crafts with Plastic Soda Bottles
Gardening Autumn - Fall Harvest / Thanksgiving Theme - How to grow sweet potato slips: Need jars, toothpicks, and sweet potatoes - With the arrival of rains and falling temperatures autumn is a perfect opportunity to make new plantations
Plantes The kids loved watching bean seeds sprout. We put five beans in a ziploc bag with a folded wet paper towel. The bags were taped to our classroom window (with names written in permanent marker). Of course we also read "Jack and the Beanstalk
Try these fast growing seeds if you're working with kids!
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!
Help kids see how plant grow! (Or if you're short on kids just do it for yourself - it's pretty cool!) :: Science for Kids: Observing Plant Growth with Bulbs (with a FREE printable observation sheet!) from Buggy and Buddy