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How to make an exploding rainbow. A science fair idea or easy science activity for kids

How to make an exploding rainbow. A science fair idea or easy science activity for kids, coloured vinegar and baking soda!

Love this easy science experiment idea for kids! Melting rainbows is a simple science activity that uses common household ingredients and is quick and easy to set up. It's perfect the perfect project for preschool and kindergarten children!

Melting Rainbow Preschool Science Experiment

Love this easy science experiment idea for kids! Melting rainbows is a simple science activity that uses common household ingredients and is quick and easy to set up. It's perfect the perfect project for preschool and kindergarten children!

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31 Most Awesome DIY Slime Recipes

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Spread Laughter and Cure Boredom

This could be a fun science fair project someday :) Ants stomachs are transparent. a woman noticed it when ants drank/ate spilled milk one day so she gave them some colorful candy and then photographed them!

Here are the 11 Best Rainbow Crafts for Kids. They’re sure to keep them busy and cheerful all year long!

The 11 Best Rainbow Crafts for Kids

5 Minute Science Experiments for Kids and Busy Moms on Frugal Coupon Living. Geometric Bubbles, Glow in the Dark Volcanoes, Replicate Ocean Currents and more! Homeschooling Science Ideas.

5 Minute Science Experiments for Kids

5 Minute Science Experiments for Kids and Busy Moms on Frugal Coupon Living. Geometric Bubbles, Glow in the Dark Volcanoes, Replicate Ocean Currents and more!

Toddler Approved!: Fizzy Ice {Science Activity for Kids}

Fizzy Ice {Science Activity for Kids}

Activity for ages 3 to 8. On a recent foggy walk to school, my 3 year old, Q,  asked what made fog. Making a cloud in a jar was the perfect opportunity to show him just how clouds and fog (which is just low lying clouds) are formed.  With virtually no prep and no cost, this super …

Cloud in a Jar

Earth and Space Science: This is such an awesome science activity for kids! Make a cloud in a jar! So easy and lots of "wow" factor with this project.

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