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Looking for a very simple science experiment to do at home with your kids? Maybe you need some ideas for summer or a rainy day. These are the coolest science Loooing I found that are unique, magical and use only household items.
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Remember those lava lamps you had as a kid? With just a little bit of food coloring, vegetable oil, and alka seltzer, your kids will play with this one for a. Ready for some fireworks… in milk? Ya, you read that right.
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They see the arrows on the post-it note reverse directions right in front of their eyes! Sure, you know vinegar turns a penny llittle dull to shiny.
But how do you turn it green? This simple experiment from Bren Did uses simple household items and even comes with a free, printable lab notebook. Turn your average baking soda and vinegar experiment into a colorful explosion. Oittle Ever Mom tells you how this project both enlightens and engages any preschooler. Looking to experiment a little
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Beauty in the Mess shows oittle how to create an ice colored blob Elsa could be proud of. Need a fun rainy day activity? Use this project from StepMomming to write secret messages. I would go evil, hide all my kids snacks and Looking to experiment a little leave blank pieces of paper in its place.
OK, of all the edible dough recipes out there, I think that this one from Little Bins for Little Hands looks the most appetizing. Ya… I tl eat it.
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What the heck is hot ice? Well, it looks like ice but is hot to the touch.
Now do I have you intrigued? Find the how to at Play Dough to Plato. Plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets… how do you explain this to kids?
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This cool model from My Joy Filled Life made of red hots and other household items makes it tangible. Did you know you could do this with a penny and simple lemon juice? This project from Ariella escort Parkbench will Looking to experiment a little your preschoolers and grade schoolers.
Have a muggle who wants to be a wizard?
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Imagination Soup has a plethora of experiments you can do by renaming the items in your cupboards as magical ingredients.
Babble Dabble Do has a way to make a colorful explosion. Home Welcome!
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