How to Force Tulip Bulbs in Water - Sand and Sisal
Learn how to force tulip bulbs in water. You could easily have tulips all year round with these simple instructions!
Hot Ice Science Experiment - Playdough To Plato
Activity for ages 3 to 8. Our favorite kids’ science experiments are those that have an element of magic. This vinegar and baking soda project certainly does just that – it makes hot ice! The science experiment uses just 2 ingredients that you probably have on hand. Check out the simple step-by-step below and then join The Plato Pack so […]
Easy and Fun Walking Rainbow Science Experiment
Kids will love making their very own walking rainbow from just three colors. This amazing walking rainbow experiment is the most fun walking water experiment ever! You'll have a blast with the rainbow walking water.
TORNADO IN A JAR DIY
kai saw this in one of his textbooks last week and immediately went into production mode when he got home from school. very simple and very impressive. a tornado in a jar. you will need: a jar, water and a small squeeze of dish soap, thats it:: now get ready to shake:: needless to say this was the talk of the town! and there's no wrong way to shake it really. side to side is my preferred method but the boys have come up with five different shakes that they favor. raid your recycling bin and…
Magic Newton's Bead Experiment
Want to teach about Newton's Laws in th ecoolest way? Try this gravity bead experiment. It will amaze all who watch and is so easy to put together!
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Salt Water Experiment | Ocean Science for Kids
Do this simple salt water experiment to teach kids about the respective density of salt water and fresh water. It's a fantastic kitchen science experiment that works for an ocean unit or a density science lesson. The perfect STEM activity for kids to use a controlled variable and works great as a science fair project!
Jelly Bean Color Experiment - Crafty Morning
Here’s a fun jelly bean science experiment you can do with your kids! Supplies Needed: Water Jelly Beans Plate Arrange jelly beans in a circle or square on a plate. Pour water in the middle (doesn’t matter if it’s cold or hot) and let it sit! Over the next minute or so it will spread […]