Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain.

Make it RAIN! Hot water in the jar, cold front "clouds" on top...it rains in the jar. Totally awesome.

Growing bean plants in CD cases so all the parts can be seen.

water cycle bag - I used to do this demonstration with third graders. add a drop of blue food coloring to the water if desired. A very effective experiment that works best in a sunny window.

How to Make Shaving Cream Rain - fun activity to do with the #kids!

Color Changing Flowers by growing a jeweledrose: A fun & magical way for kids to learn about flowers. #Kids #Science #Flowers

The 'Walking' Water Experiment

Elephant Feet

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This is AWESOME! A super cool University of Nebraska animation that explains how grains are digested.

IM NEVER BUYING PAINT AGAIN! Paint - 1 cup salt, 1 cup flour, 1 c water, food coloring.

This website has fun activities that deal with all types of weather and that make for a very hands on learning. I would incorporate these experiments into my science lessons to help explain different types of weather.

sensory play with pop rocks

The Walking Water experiment is super easy to set up and has a big wow factor. Kids can watch the colored water walk along paper towels and fill an empty glass. It's very cool!

Clouds - Science Activities

custom coloring pages...great for the first day of school morning work...serves 2 purposes. They know where to sit and can color as they come in. Even 5th graders love to color!

Kindergarten Lifestyle - Making a Liquid Rainbow.... rainbow in a jar... super quick and easy science experiment that teaches about viscosity, measuring, coloring mixing, and more!

How to dye noodles

Green eggs for Dr. Seuss day--vanilla pudding with green food color, Nilla wafer as yolk

Dr Seuss snack time. Jello and blue cool whip.

Cool!! It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever!- cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves.