Make Magic Sand - build castles under water - the sand stays dry!!!! This site has fabulous science projects.... I love this guy!!!! He's on Ellen

How to Make Magic Aqua Sand - So much FUN for the kids to create underwater sculptures! YouTube video included. From @Paging Fun Mums . #smartsummer

Boo Bubbles...Fun Science Project for Kids

Have you ever seen raisins dance? This is a simple science experiment that everyone will enjoy! And all you need are three things that you probably have in your kitchen

ᴡᴏɴᴅᴇʀ ✪ ᴍᴏᴛʜᴇʀ . 19 Kitchen Science Experiments You Can Eat

Science for kids, kids science, rainbow jar, make a rainbow in a jar

Preschool Science Experiments: "Sparkly Explosion!" This website has lots of fun ideas to do with your preschoolers :)

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Watermelon Moon Sand Recipe- If you are unfamiliar with moon sand it is truly amazing stuff. It is mold-able but crumbly and produces the best sandcastles. It is really easy to make at home, too.

A volcano in a mug. Neat idea to show kids how they work. Much more accurate than the old baking soda/vinegar idea.

Homemade pet jelly fish. Seems like a good rainy day project!

This has been on our to-do list for quite some time. I am not sure who originally ...

The best, fastest and easiest project to do with the kids.

Dancing Science Project - This is such a FUN, easy to make science experiment using a batter and wire that will amaze kids from Preschool-5th grade. SO COOL!

Make your own rock candy - good science fair project!

Simple Science Guide for a Year of Science Experiments for Kids | Love this resource for Kindergarten through primary grades! So many tips and ideas!

10 eggy experiments, great for Easter.

Two ingredient snow recipe made using common household items- this is our favorite sensory snow! It is naturally cold and feels just like fresh fallen powder... Magically erupts for a bit of Science fun, too. Make magic snowballs, avalanche eruptions, and fizzing snowmen... Too fun!

Edible Chemistry Kit. Fun science gift website.

Place milk in shallow dish- add drops of food coloring. Now grab a *magic* toothpick. What? You don’t know where to buy magic toothpicks?? Just dip the end in dish soap & touch the milk with it. Colors instantly shoot out at lightning speed creating a wake of rainbows! Try dipping the toothpick in the color first and then the milk and you’ll make rings. Do not drink the milk ;)