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  • Leighann Bockstoce

    Language and communication LC39- The older toddler participates in conversations. Milk and food coloring experiment. Place milk in a round pie tin then add drops of food coloring to it, spacing them out. Dip the q-tips in dish soap and have the children dip it into the milk. The food coloring will swirl and move! This is a great activity during which you can ask many open ended questions! "What colors are we using", "What do you think is going to happen"

  • Resa Rideau

    milk food coloring - take a q-tip and dip one end in dish detergent and lightly touch it to the milk and this happens! cool science project for kids and adults!

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