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    Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. Just borax and corn starch! This is a ridiculously cool science experiment.

    Make your own bouncy balls

    Homemade Flubber (yes that movie william robins performed) ive found the recipe and here it is *thanks to schelastic.wordpress.com*

    Bouncy Balls (aka Polymer Ball) are actually a fun little DIY science project.

    Make a Hovercraft This is a brilliant kid craft--so brilliant that you may indeed find yourself playing with it too. Not that I'd have any experience with that.

    Boo Bubbles...Fun Science Project for Kids This is really cool. go to sight and watch video about dry ice bubbles. so fun

    Science fair idea - make your own crystals

    silly putty. One pinner says: this only calls for 2 ingredients that you already have at home.

    Beer bottle mustache. That would make a funny groomsman picture

    Make a lava lamp!

    Crystal egg geodes with glue, alum powder, egg dye, and hot water!

    fun, cheap gift!

    Fun Science Experiment: Pour whole milk and add red bull - let sit 5 minutes and the acid in the red bull will cause the protein in the milk to separate - liquid changing to solid! New Science Experiment to try!

    Colored "Glass" Fill small balloons with water & food coloring then pop the balloon once frozen. Then take them outside in the snow.

    Edible and borax FREE slime recipe { A new and safe way to make slime for kids}

    This house is awesome!

    bannannas fix scratches ??

    For all of the parents who have spent tons of cash on moonsand!! :) moonsand - mix together 4 cups sand, 2 cups corn starch, and 1 cup of water.

    i have everything to make this... what am i waiting for??? oh, time =) some day when my kids are all grown up i'll have a fabulous dream house for kids. i guess that's why there are grandkids?

    How To Grow A Geode In an Egg Want to make some amazing looking geodes grow out of an egg, and teach your kids some science at the same time? Its actually pretty easy, and the whole process takes under two days, most of that which is just watching and waiting. My daughter used this idea for her science project, too!