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Best science experiment ever! Make a fatastic eruption with hydrogen peroxide, yeast, soap, and food coloring! Perfect for science shows for all ages: preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school! Even adults enjoy this one!
The Ankle Biters saved to Homeschool Pre K
Science projects for kids can be fun and exciting. Make hands-on science crafts at home with these easy at home science crafts.
Sherry Dodson saved to Little One Activities
Most kids have a natural curiosity about the world and the way things work. That makes it easy to teach them some basic science concepts in fun hands-on ways. In the past we have done a Magnet Exploration which proved to be very engaging. Today, I am sharing another one of our Easy Experiments. Making Color Disappear seems very magical for kids, but there are some scientific concepts at work. For more fun with color check out our Outdoor Color Station. Easy Experiments You will need: See…
Elizabeth McKay saved to Kids Science Experiments
Your kids will be amazed by this simple burning candle in water science experiment. This rising water experiment will teach your kids the effect of air pressure.
Brandy Kearbey saved to dayhab ideas & activities
DIY unstoppable bubbles! Perfect for toddlers, totschool, homeschool, preschool, and kindergarten! Add these to your playground time! Kiddos will love it!
Making rock candy is a really fun activity for kids that doubles as a great lesson in science .
Tamara Swanson saved to Great Idea Mom! ;))
How to make a SUPER Bouncy Ball! Uses the same ingredients as slime! So easy and fun. Your kids will love this fun kids craft. #slime #bouncyball #kidscraft #kidsactivities
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Gissur Þór Árnason saved to Kristín
Lemon juice secret writing! Make DIY invisible ink and sen secret messages. Plus learn the science behind how these messages are made!
Tania Greene saved to Experiment
This Grow a Rainbow Experiment is really easy and fun to do! You only need paper towel, water and washable markers. See how to "grow" your own rainbow!
Sophia Harris saved to Science