A volcano in a mug

Clouds preschool science experiment Making our own Clouds Materials Needed: Cotton Balls Flat pans or flat containers Water Click to get all the information,..

Silky soft play dough for kids using 2 ingredients. 1 cup conditioner (the cheaper the better), 2 cups cornflour/cornstarch, Glitter (optional)

C1 W17 Science - Apparently, this lady figured out how to do the "volcano in a glass" experiment safely. Wear eye protection & keep kiddos back just in case! From It Happens in a Flash

Newton's First: with raw eggs. Pinner said: "ok, this is cool! Our family just tried it. I wish I had, had a camera for my husband's face when I knocked the pie pan! lol The kids think this is SO cool!"

Creating your own rainstorm...this is so cool! All you need is a clear container, water, shaving cream, food coloring and droppers. Have kids make predictions by drawing what they see and think will happen.

easy volcano. Goodbye plaster of paris mess! Thanks Pinterest!

Science fair project??

See your heart beat. We are doing this for a science lesson! I can't wait!

Tornado Discovery Bottle with a twist! Add this ingredient and really get to see that tornado!

The Kid Should See This blog. Amazing science, music and classic video that your kid should most definitely see. The boys will LOVE this!

Baking Soda Rocket, a how-to!

Crystal Trees (science project)

Ice volcanoes are easy to make and a fun science and play activity for kids of any age.

science experiments for kids - 20 of them

Make Your Own Solar Oven Tutorial! What a easy, thrifty, fun activity. This would be perfect for a lesson on predicting! Find your Maine summer camp at www.MaineCamps.org

Momma's Fun World: 3 Egg science experiments/ because any science experiment that ends in an explosion of any sort is just plain awesome!

Amazing quicksand play dough - this sand dough is mold-able but turns to liquid when kids hands are still. This recipe for play requires just a few simple ingredients and NO COOKING!

Make a CLOUD! Fun science for kids. (C1, Science, Wk 23)