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Exploding Baggies Science Experiment for Kids

Take vinegar and baking soda one step further with these colorful, fizzy "exploding" baggies

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from Crafty Morning

Skittles Science Experiment for Kids

Here’s a fun skittle science experiment to do with your kiddos! They will watch in amazement as the colors spread! Made by Early Learning Toys Supplies Needed: Skittles Warm water Cup Plate Have your little ones make a circle with different colored skittles on a round plate. Warm up some water in a glass and …

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from Bloglovin’

Storm in a Jar Experiment (Growing A Jeweled Rose)

Making a rain cloud in a jar is a great experiment for kids that teaches them about the weather.  My girls loved the original experiment so much that I sought recreate it with a fun twist.  My girls w

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Dancing Raisins Science Experiment for Kids - This is such a fun science project for preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade kids. They will be amazed as they see chemical properties at work (science, homeschool, kids activities)

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from Kids Craft Room

Stick Raft Building STEM Project

STICK RAFT BUILDING STEM PROJECT. Can you build a raft that really floats? How much weight can your stick raft carry? Can your raft cope in a real stream? This STEM challenge is great fun for kids and a super way to get them stretching and developing their skills and engaging with Nature.

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Deliver a little loftiness to your dwelling residence along with motivational carpentry ideas and tasks shelf made by woodworkers around the entire world.

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from iGameMom

8 Science Experiments for Kids with Salt

Love kitchen science experiments with materials you already have in the pantry. These science activities all use salt plus one or two other ingredients. Simple yet fun. Kids not only learn about salt attributes, but also scientific thinking, process, and methodology. Cool STEM project ideas to do at home or school or homeschool.

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Looking for a fun and simple science activity that’s sure to entertain the kids?! In this quick, five minute experiment, little chemists mix up their own homemade bouncy balls. The science activity is a hands-down favorite for kids. Getting Ready To prep for this activity, I gathered: 1 tablespoon of borax (found in the laundry section of the grocery store) 1/2 cup or warm water 2 tablespoons

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from TGIF - This Grandma is Fun

23 Science Projects for Kids

Looking for more things to do this summer, while keeping cool? Check out these 23 kid-friendly science projects!

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