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OMG, I loved these things as a kid. And, here's how to grow your own crystal tree. ---   -Household Ammonia (make sure no soap added)  - Liquid Bluing  - Table salt  - Food Coloring (optional, but this will make your crystals colored)  - Cardboard (not corrugated and not too floppy.)  - Bowl  - Water  - Measuring spoon

grow your own crystal tree - loved this one as a kid but we did a garden with charcoal.the boys will definitely like this one

What to do with extra Halloween candy: Food art for kids like a Starburst Candy Mosaic | Mama Miss

What to do with extra Halloween candy: 9 surprising ideas

What to do with extra Halloween candy: Food art for kids like a Starburst Candy Mosaic

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Candy Experiments: Sugar Crystal Christmas Ornaments -- do this with white pipe cleaners, string, etc for a snowflake during January!

Dissolving pumpkin candy experiment. Add some fall festiveness to your science class!

Dissolving Candy Pumpkins

Looking for the perfect halloween science experiment? This dissolving candy pumpkin experiment takes 2 minutes to set up and is super simple. Kids will love it!

How to Make Realistic Fluffy Cloud Props from Things Around the House #diy_ideas

How to Make Realistic Fluffy Cloud Props from Things Around the House

Tutorial on how to make a cloud (craft, not science). Uses balloons, flour water paste and shredded paper. Use a spray adhesive to attach pillow stuffing. Very clever! Now I want to cover my ceiling with blue butcher paper & hang clouds!

Baking soda and vinegar fun

Science Experiments for Kids-Fizz, Bubble & Pop! Experimenting with Baking Soda, Vinegar & Food Coloring

Dissolving Peep experiment, fun to do at Halloween with Peep ghosts as part of Yucky Science week I'm doing this year!

"The Dissolving Peeps Experiment - what does it take to dissolve a marshmallow Peep? From Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas. I'm thinking this would make a great science experiment to try with the kids over Spring Break!

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