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    My 3-year old loved this. Poke holes through a plastic bag without leaking any water out!

    Magic Tea Bag Rocket!

    The Leak-Proof Bag - Science Trick | Experiments | Steve Spangler Science

    18 simple science experiments for kids, all are easy and fun, great for classroom and home.

    Fun experiments to do with curious minds. (

    7 Science Experiments for Kids That Will AMAZE Your Child!

    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!

    Fireworks in a Jar Science Experiment

    So cool! Science for Kids: Overnight Crystal Garden from Babble Dabble Do

    Kids Science: Magical Cherry Blossom Tree *This is too cool @seedlingnz

    Leak Proof Bag Experiment

    Egg science experiments

    Prev Page1 of 11Next Page My kids love experimenting with science projects, and I love spending time with them learning! Fun activities that are also educational activities are a win-win for everyone. I’ve collected some of my favorite easy science…Read more →

    Layers of Earths Atmosphere Oooh. I like this graphic too. Maybe I'll use it in 3 years when we do the atmosphere again.

    Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. This is a ridiculously cool science experiment.

    It's a science round-up with lots of easy experiments for kids to learn from.

    This is a great simpler version of the color mixing mystery activity I did with my kids this week. This one is perfect for 2 -3 year olds! An invitation to create color surprise eruptions for kids!

    Good, clean fun for kids! Magic Ketchup – Part Science Experiment, Part Magic Show

    10 Easy Science Experiments for Kids

    How do you educate children about constellations during daylight hours? Here's how! We have created and professionally die-cut cardboard medallions with holes to represent each individual star in a constellation. When light shines through the medallion, the image of the constellation appears. This can be done indoors using a flashlight to make the conste...

    Second Grade Silliness: pencil shoes. Bet the students loved these!