All you need to create these fantastic looking night lanterns is some jars, glow stick and diamond glitter. The process is as easy as it can be – open the jar, shake the content of the glow stick into it and add the diamond glitter. Close the top of the jar with a lid and shake it well. Enjoy a romantic backyard dinner under the light of the “Fireflies” in the jars!
KAM Appliances - blow out eggs, cut in half, cover in glue and sprinkle with alum powder, then let dry. mix water and alum powder the next day and put it in a growing solution, take it out the next day and let it dry. BAM! home made goedes punta!!!!!!!
"Ice Tunnels" combine ordinary salt, ice and liquid watercolors. Try this on sunny day with lots of bright sunlight and you'll experience amazing color, light refraction and salt crystallization with a hands-on experience for children of all ages.
Teaching about erosion. Glue bottles to wood, cut the top off the plastic bottle. Plant seeds in one of the bottles, put down sticks and rocks in the second, leave the third with only soil. Fill bottle all three with water to show how the soil erodes.
Every kid has a little mad scientist hiding inside of them, and nothing is more fun than spending a little time dreaming up mixtures that bubble and steam and overflow! Here are 10 crazy concoctions you can whip up at home to satisfy their need to explore
Experiment to do, once I pick up some shaving cream Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain.