Cool science experiment! Dissolve egg shell off with vinegar and it will become a "naked egg" that can bounce. This was SO cool. The whole family was interested to see how our experiments turned out.

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Free science videos, including Bill Nye.

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Online interactive and hands-on science activities K-6

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A simple science experiment that you can do with your kids: Create a Compass. All you need is a lid, water, a cork, a magnet and a sewing needle. For my grade four stuff !

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Project shows how the Earth goes around the Sun and the Moon goes around the Earth.

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motorized bug scribble thingy

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Periodic Table with a Picture of How each Element is Used.

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Science!

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Exploding Sandwich Bag experiment

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Science for Preschool, seeds and growing in baggie on window greenhouse effect

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Constellations with a flashlight

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10 easy #science activities for toddlers and #preschoolers. With videos showing the result of some of the #experiments! @ http://AngeliqueFelix.com

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Animal Research for kids

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Science for Preschoolers

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Science for Kids

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A twist on the classic vinegar and baking soda reaction ~ make an Exploding Sandwich Bag

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Links for teaching Electricity

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Space lessons: very well done Montessori lesson on the Solar System

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introducing materials, science for kids

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Fun ways to teach the continents.

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Site for science teachers!!

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Building pyramids with marshmallows and toothpicks

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Oatmeal container planetarium

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Engineering for Kids - list of books and ideas

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Montessori Science. Magnetic, non-magnetic.

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