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

    • Sarah Knight

      FREE Science Idea~ A recycled bottle, dish washing detergent, and water is all you need to make this Tornado in a Bottle!

    • Colleen Jones

      Weather- Tornado in a Bottle - Science for the kids We discovered that the dish soap made the water too cloudy... we used straight tap water with glitter to accentuate the vortex. Awesome experiment for the kids!!

    • Wilkins Angel

      Tornado in a Bottle - Very simple science demonstration for little kids, showing them a vortex.

    • Take Charge America, Inc.

      Tornado in a Bottle -- Very easy science project that kids will want to do again and again.

    • Kelly Geiser

      Tornado in a Bottle Kids liked this one. We added a bit of watercolor paint to them :)

    • Alex Hunger

      Perfect for a science project for the Follow-up kids! We Made That: Tornado in a Bottle

    • Melissa King

      Make your own Tornado in a bottle with this fun Science Experiment for Kids!

    • Rebekah Sundvall

      Tornado in a Bottle - Science for the kids (Oklahoma)

    • Essential Skills Advantage

      Tornado in a Bottle! #kids #science

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    fun little pretties...i think i would super glue the lid on...i can just see a older kid (2 years) taking off the lid and making a oh so great and wonderful mess.