Milk Art. All you need is milk, food coloring and dish soap. This year in Chemistry I got to test out this project, but my group did it wrong and it didn't come out right. I would love to try again and make a complete piece of art out of it. The colors flow however they want and you can't control it. It's art just the way it is made.
RAINBOW BUBBLES Kitchen Science, Physics, Pre-School Science | crafts kids Bubbles are one of the most fun things to play with…but what colour are they? Transparent? Clear? How about if you could make your bubbles all the colours of the rainbow? Well you can in this very simple experiment. All you need is: An empty clear bottle Washing up liquid Water A sink An overcast day (works best)
Food coloring, large marshmallows, and toothpicks. You don't *have* to paint the marshmellows with food coloring (mix a couple drops with cup of water, use fingers or paintbrush to 'paint' marshmallows). Easy project, lots of fun on rainy days. *food coloring makes this safe for kids who can't keep treats out of their mouth!