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

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

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

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

Oh now this is a fun twist on this experiment!

How to Make a Tornado in a Jar! A cool weather science experiment for kids!

painting like Michelangelo. I did this with my class this year and they STILL talk about it. It was all over the the floor and on their hair and clothes, but it was SO super fun!!

Love this!!!! I'm going to do this with my class this year!

This activity would be a simple, yet engaging, way for students to share their own ideas about weather. Together, the whole class would brainstorm common weather terms and put them on display for the rest of the seasonal weather unit.

Free Home School Science Resources 2

Science Experiments for your kids

Carrots in a bottle are a great take home project for kids. Carrot tops will sprout new leaves in just a day or two in this warm, humid environment, too.

Turning the arrow experiment! This is so cool! I did it with my class today, an they loved it just as much as I did! The title of our Science Experiment was Magic Water! Draw an arrow place the paper behind a glass then fill the glass with water and watch the arrow change directions! We talked about how water bends light etc!

Apples and Handwashing: "We put a clean apple slice in one jar. We passed another apple slice around the class as we came in from recess with dirty hands. We have been observing the two jars in the science center. This is the difference after 8 days - gross! (This picture doesn't really show the mold.)" - A great way to teach about germs.

SCIENTIFIC METHOD INTRO LESSON~ Use bananas to introduce students to the scientific method using bananas. Lesson description and free printable science journal worksheet.

What Happens When You Eat Without Washing Your Hands? The Results Will Shock You

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

bottle ecosystems, I remember doing these in 5th grade...I wanna do these in my class!

water pollution experiment. Pick up trash around the play ground and put it in water and watch the water over a couple of days. This link also has lots of ideas for things you can make out of recycled items.

4th Grade: Science Mini Lesson/activity: Homemade Lava Lamps. Students create their own lava lamps to understand viscosity and solubilities of liquids.