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Water pollution experiment @ Getting Messy with Ms. Jessi. Collect litter from playground, put in a covered jar of water for a few days, and observe what happens. Simple experiment but one your students will remember!

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One Time Throughfrom One Time Through

Make a Hurricane in a Jar

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

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Oh my goodness...I am in LOVE with this experiment idea!!!!! I can't wait until Earth Day and our Lorax unit!!!! :-)

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The Curious Kindergartenfrom The Curious Kindergarten

Learning in the Outdoor Classroom

"Does your school have an area for outdoor exploration? How do you use the outdoor environment to enhance your program?" The Curious Kindergarten ≈≈

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Make it rain indoors with this cool project! http://www.greenkidcrafts.com/make-it-rain/

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Fun-A-Day!from Fun-A-Day!

Candy Heart Experiments for Valentine's Day

Candy Heart Experiments - what will happen when you put them in different liquids?

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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!

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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.

Primary and secondary colors! Paint each hand a primary colour and then rub them together! A little science, literacy, math, and it's a cool craft!

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FREE Science Videos~ Disney presents short, interesting science demonstrations by Bill Nye. Each clip is 1-2 minutes, loads right from the home page, and is kid-friendly! Great resource for students looking for science project ideas or for introducing new science concepts to a whole class. Sample demos include: raw egg floating in salt water, static electricity, how atmospheric pressure works, and making a periscope. Fun, fast, and free!

Tornado in a jar... Did this in class with the preschoolers ! They loved it

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