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Invisible Ink: A Citrus Painting Experiment

invisible ink: painting with citrus (a.k.a. fun for little detectives)

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Constellations

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Roll of tin foil, water and little boats

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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.

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Make a Boat Experiment

Boats [Science] Children drop a ball of clay into a small tub of water to see if it will float or sink. Next, they form a boat from the clay and try to make a boat that will float. They try putting animal counters in the boat to see how many the boat will hold without sinking. You can also try making boats with aluminum foil. (Children are exploring density.)

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Preschool Science Experiments Lessons Activities Printables

Lots of science center ideas

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Making Glue Experiment

Science Experiments for Pre-K and Preschool - PreKinders

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Make-It-Yourself Magnet Tubes

Magnet tubes - fill with various object (metal & non-metal) and use magnet on outside to move them around

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Skittles Experiment

skittles "floating S" experiment

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