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The Ketchup Experiment! Kid friendly site with lots of neat experiments! It has one that makes a rocket out of a film canister, which would be good for an grade space unit, but it has to many kid friendly expiriments. Great site for any science teacher.

get jar, cut open glow stick, put glow stuff into jar, add glitter. close jar, shake. Instant fairy lights.  Would be cute if you have a night reception and these were some of the lights used to light up the walkway.

Another fun way to make fairy lights: paint little dots inside a jar with glow-in-the-dark paint. These glow jar crafts for kids can be done in so many creative ways. Find the one that works for you!

DIY /Colour-Tinted Skeleton Leaves- a free step-by-step tutorial, with photos, to make your very own skeleton leaves

Cool science experiment for kids! Rainbow Roses  Get white or cream colored long stem roses. (Carnations work well too). Cut the stem according to the picture, you will then place 4 glasses of food color dyed water together. Put one piece of stem per color and allow the flower to soak up different colors.  share with preschool teachers for next year's science experiments!

Cool science experiment for kids! Rainbow Roses Get white of cream colored long stem roses. (Carnations work well too). Cut the stem according to the picture, you will then place 4 glasses of food color dyed water together. Put one piece of stem per colo

More than 50 science activities for kids!

More than 50 science activities for kids. For use with elementary ESL unit on weather. filled a clear glass with water and topped it with a shaving cream cloud.Then we dropped food coloring on the top until it started to rain!

Easter Egg Fine Motor Skills Set Up. What a brilliant idea!

Easter Fine Motor Activity Color Matching Activity

Air Pressure Experiment for Kids - Kids Activities Blog

AIR PRESSURE EXPERIMENT FOR KIDS

Game to demonstrate air pressure to kids using items from the house - Wonderful science project for physics!

Winter science experiments for kids grades K through 5. Hands-on experiments about snow, ice, sledding, animals in winter, trees and plants, frost, pinecones,

20+ Winter Science Experiments for Grades K through 5

Inflate a balloon with a few simple household items and kids will be amazed with this simple science experiment for kids.

Looking for fun crafts to try with your kids and grandchildren? We’ve found you 40 terrific and simple DIY projects you’ll want to do together as a family. Whether your child likes arts & crafts or science experiments, we’ve got great projects just for yo

How to make an egg shell disappear without touching it. Lots of fun science experiments on this website, along with explanations for the kiddos.

This is an awesome website for kids' science experiments. How to make an egg shell disappear without touching it. Lots of fun science experiments on this website, along with explanations for the kiddos.

Dancing oobleck...one of the coolest science experiments ever | 24 Kids’ Science Experiments That Adults Can Enjoy, Too

24 Science Experiments Your Kids Will Love

Preschool science - It's alive! One of the coolest science experiments ever!- cornstarch and water mixture moves to sound so kids can visually experience sound waves. You have to have a loud bass.

15 Easy Catapults to Make With Kids #summer #science #kidsactivities

15 EASY CATAPULTS TO MAKE WITH KIDS

Make it rain!! Shaving cream, water and food coloring demonstrate how clouds make rain! Perfect science lesson for a weather unit!

Science -- 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. Air and Weather unit

Hot air balloons

Paint balloon using color schemes. Tie in with weaving or coiling for th basket. Paper mache a balloon, pop the balloon, add string and a basket for spring class crafts. Could go great as a bulletin board theme (Kid's Soaring to New Heights in Reading.