Rashini
More ideas from Rashini
Looking for a simple homemade liquid hand soap recipe? This DIY hand soap is easy to make and you can customize it with your favorite essential oils too!

cup Castile Soap, such as Dr. Bronners cup distilled water 1 tablespoon vitamin E oil 1 tablespoon nourishing oil such as sweet almond or jojoba oil drops tea tree essential oil (learn more about the brand I recommend) drops lavender essential oil

Spring Essential Oil Diffuser Blends

∆ Diffuser Blends for Spring. I've been looking for some new essential oil diffuser blends to try out and these sound perfect.

Bioattic Terrariums are beautiful miniature landscapes, a slice of nature housed in glass. Terrariums are perfect for adding stunning plant life to your home or office. Below showcases a brief selection of Desert World Forest World…

Bioattic Terrariums - Nature in Microcosm Bioattic Terrariums are beautiful miniature landscapes, a slice of nature housed in glass. Terrariums are perfect for adding stunning plant life to your home or office. Below showcases a brief selection…

A fold up activity for Chemical/Physical Reactions. Available in several bundles on TeachersPayTeachers in my store: Kristin Lee. Check it out!

I would use this to help my artistic students comprehend what a chemical change is. Students typically enjoy these folding activities.

science experiment with yeast and hydrogen peroxide

more like Science kids! they call this elephant toothpaste. science experiment for kevin more like Science kids! they call this elephant toothpaste. science experiment for kevin

Did you know if you mix milk with Red Bull, the milk will curdle? Pour milk (whole milk works best) into a glass. Then, pour Red Bull on top. Let the solution sit for five minutes. The acid in the Red Bull causes the protein (casein) in the milk to separate. This is a great experiment to do with a states of matter unit. Kids can see a liquid change into a solid. Below, Mr. Mishler's second grade class tested Red Bull on five types of milk.

Fun Science Experiment: Pour whole milk + red bull - let sit 5 minutes. The acid in the red bull will cause the protein in the milk to separate - liquid changing to solid! New Science Experiment to try!