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Tornado in a jar..fun

Tornado in a Jar: jar, water, dish soap. How to: Fill the jar with water, squeeze in some dish soap (just a little), and shake!

This tornado in a jar experiment is crazy simple, but it's SO COOL to watch! It takes less than five minutes to put together. Easiest science lesson ever!

This tornado in a jar experiment is crazy simple, but it's SO COOL to watch! It takes less than five minutes to put together. Easiest science lesson ever! If you don't have a jar you can use a clear plastic bottle Have fun 😁

Homemade Flubber! Awesome!!!

Homemade Flubber Recipe and Borax Uses for Kids on Frugal Coupon Living. 15 of the most creative Borax Recipes and science experiments to create in the home. Hands-on science experiments for kids.

Science you can do in your kitchen using what you have on hand! From No Time for Flash Cards.

Kitchen Science For Kids { What will freeze first

Kitchen Science For Kids { What will freeze first - Easy science experiment about what material will freeze first, using ingredients commonly found at home -- From No Time for Flash Cards.

This website is FULL of experiments to do with kids - It's even got a "preschool science" section!

Air pressure experiment

■Place the cooled boiled egg on top of the glass bottle, making sure there is no way the egg fits through. Ask an adult to light two matches and drop them inside the glass jar, quickly place the egg back on top. ■Watch as the egg drops inside the jar.

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

Tornado in a Bottle: Easy DIY Science Lesson and other science experiments for little ones

Science for Kids: Overnight Crystal Garden - Babble Dabble Do (uses epsom salts)

Grow crystals overnight!

Science for Kids: Overnight Crystal Garden - Babble Dabble Do (uses epsom salts) Lots of great science experiments

Dancing Raisins~ A science experiment for any age {Science Invitation Saturday}

Dancing Raisins Science Experiment

Fun (& inexpensive) little experiment for kids:  Tornado in a Jar!

Experimento infantil: un tornado en un frasco

Water, jar, dish soap= tornado in a jar. Pinner: Used a baby food jar and this didn't really work. Used a prego jar and filled with water to about an inch from the top and added a couple drops of dish soap. Fun to see the Tornado.

It's a quick easy and fun activity for the LOs! Sll you need us: oil, water, and food coloring! Fill a jar 3/4 of the way full with warm water. In a separate bowl, mix a 3-4 tablespoons of oil and several drops of different colors of food coloring. Use a fork to gently mix the oil and food coloring together. Then pour the oil mixture into the jar. The food coloring will slowly sink out of the oil and into the water. When this happens, it will expand and begin to mix with the other colors.

15 Science Experiments that POP, FIZZ and CRACKLE

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