This project uses hot tap water, not boiling water, so it's safer for young crystal growers. Place the crystal solution in the refrigerator and get sparkly needle-like crystals within a few minutes to a few hours. It's that easy!        1/2 cup Epsom salt      1/2 cup hot tap water      food coloring (optional)  instructions here:  http://chemistry.about.com/od/crystalrecipes/ht/cupofcrystals.htm

This project uses hot tap water, not boiling water, so it's safer for young crystal growers. Place the crystal solution in the refrigerator and get sparkly needle-like crystals within a few minutes to a few hours. It's that easy! 1/2 cup Epsom salt 1/2 cup hot tap water food coloring (optional) instructions here: http://chemistry.about.com/od/crystalrecipes/ht/cupofcrystals.htm

Home-made Geodes  Required materials  Epsom salts  2 cups of warm water  3 or more eggs (we only the shells)  Food coloring (red, green, blue, and any other color you like)  Large glass  Spoon  Knife (optional)

Home-made Geodes Required materials Epsom salts 2 cups of warm water 3 or more eggs (we only the shells) Food coloring (red, green, blue, and any other color you like) Large glass Spoon Knife (optional)

How to grow GLOWING crystals, and what to do with them once you're done! A kid's science experiment by Babes in Deutschland

How to grow GLOWING crystals, and what to do with them once you're done! A kid's science experiment by Babes in Deutschland

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