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    • Carol Melton

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

    • Tanja Glaß

      5th grade science.. Kids would "get" the water cycle SO MUCH more if they did THIS instead of just read about it in a text book!! ...and so simple.

    • carmen hubbard

      I hate science fair projects, but this would be easy! Making it rain! Good science project for the kids!

    • Paper Dragons

      Accelerate the water cycle inside a Mason Jar so kids don't have to wait so long to see it in action. Great lesson on water via @Jenae {I Can Teach My Child!}

    • Kimberly Schrader Grimes

      See the water cycle in action with this experiment that is both fun and simple for kids. This would be great for Brownies working on the Wonders of Water Journey

    • Robin Horner

      Making it rain! Good science project for the kids! @Kristin Wilson Abby said she will be having Science Fair projects this year!

    • Leah Maxson

      Our upcoming Science Fair exhibit... making it rain, science experiment that teaches about weather

    • Kim Wheeler

      Kids get the water cycle SO MUCH more if you do this instead of just read about it in a text book

    • Eileen Pargola

      The water cycle in a jar- a fun science experiment!

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