A cool, new way to make a tornado in a bottle!

Tornado Bottle Weather Science Experiment For Kids

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

To make a tornado in a jar you will need: ~  A jar ~  water ~  a squirt of dish soap ~  one teaspoon of vinegar ~  food coloring and glitter are optional

We will be doing this today! Tornado in a jar.

Make a Hurricane in a Jar - using only 2 ingredients! It's swirly, magical fun in a bottle! {One Time Through}

This tornado bottle is 1/4 glitter (any color) half water and a little clothes detergent for a nice cloud at the top.

Great idea for the magnetic wand and chips. I have never seen this before. Always love a new idea to for a popular therapy "tool"

"Jellyfish" in a bottle (from plastic shopping bag) What an AWESOME science exploration!

Perfect for St. Patty's and wrapping up our properties unit. Rainbow Sugar Water Density Science Experiment STEM activity for kids

Weather Experiments 1. Create a Tornado 2. Create a Breeze 3. Measure Wind Speed 4. The Greenhouse Effect

putting pom pom in bottles. This will keep toddlers busy for a long time (on average 40-50 minutes.)

Penguins made out of water bottles... cute craft idea for the kids

Glittery calm down bottles to help focus and calm your child #sensory || Gift of Curiosity

Lovely for your new class. If anyone knows the origin please post the link. I'd love to give them the credit.

Tornado in a Bottle: Easiest DIY Science Lesson EVER, and other science experiments for little ones

tornadoes, rain, and glaciers - in a jar! easy weather lessons (practice at home first, gramma!!)

Such a fun science experiment for spring! Includes a FREE printable observation sheet! (Science Experiment for Kids: How Water Travels Through Leaves~ Buggy and Buddy)

Free shipping and returns on Thames & Kosmos 'Rocket Science' Experiment Kit at Nordstrom.com. How to become a rocket scientist? This kit is a good start. A step-by-step manual guides kids (and adults) through 18 mind-propelling experiments, from a "stomp on" rocket launcher to water- and air-powered models that demonstrate action, reaction, gravity and inertia. So whether you're wondering about air pressure or trying to escape Earth's gravitation pull, this all-inclusive bundle makes a fun ...