Hannah Hagen
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Exploring sound: what will it sound like? All you need is a coat hanger and string, easy.

Science for Kids: Exploring Sound with a Hanger and String {Science Invitation Saturday} - Buggy and Buddy

This is a science experiment for weather. When you click on the image it describes how to do the entire experiment. It shows how grass grows with the help of the sun and the water that you shower it with. There is condensation on the jar after a few days. This is a good way to show the students how once again the water cycle works, but in a small jar.

Create a little atmosphere, feel the warm moist air, compare and contrast temperatures, and enjoy a little spring inside of this weather jar.

Exploring states of matter. Solid balloon full of ice, liquid full of water and gas full of air. Much better than the old syringes technique.

This teacher did this for a preschool lesson, but it can be adapted for older kids. They could drop or open the balloons and observe what happens to the solid liquid and gas inside it. This would help identify the properties of solids, liquids and gases.

kitchen science experiments for kids - so simple and so fun! 5 senses science

Kitchen Science For Kids { What will freeze first - Easy science experiment about what material will freeze first, using ingredients commonly found at home -- From No Time for Flash Cards.