Tornado in a bottle (may super glue two screw top lids together, then drill a hole through the middle for the water to pass through, rather than using tape to connect the bottles)

Tornado in a bottle (may super glue two screw top lids together, then drill a hole through the middle for the water to pass through, rather than using tape to connect the bottles)

We aren't in Kansas anymore....    #Tornadoes #LDSEmergencyResources

We aren't in Kansas anymore.... #Tornadoes #LDSEmergencyResources

Tornado In A Bottle. Mad About Science, Science Toys, Science Kits, Gadgets, Novelties & Gift Ideas!

Tornado In A Bottle. Mad About Science, Science Toys, Science Kits, Gadgets, Novelties & Gift Ideas!

Make this awesome color changing slime that changes color with temperature! Thermochromic slime makes STEM learning fun.

Heat Sensitive Color Changing Slime

Oil water and food coloring...  starting of fun to do with kids...  maybe add a second bottle to create a tornado bottle good for science projects!

Oil water and food coloring... starting of fun to do with kids... maybe add a second bottle to create a tornado bottle good for science projects!

Make a tornado in a bottle, using two plastic bottles and duct tape. You and your kids will see how a tornado vortex is formed by creating one yourselves. from @Steve Spangler Science via @My Kids' Adventures

How to Make a Tornado in a Bottle With Your Kids

Make a tornado in a bottle, using two plastic bottles and duct tape. You and your kids will see how a tornado vortex is formed by creating one yourselves. from @Steve Spangler Science via @My Kids' Adventures

Chances are you have glasses and food coloring at home, which means you've already got about half the supplies needed for these simple experiments.

Simple Science Experiments With 5 Supplies or Less

Chances are you have glasses and food coloring at home, which means you've already got about half the supplies needed for these simple experiments.

Entertain your kids with a homemade tornado in a jar.

12 Fun Science Experiments for Your Little Mad Scientist

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