This rainbow paper experiment is a simple and dazzling STEAM art project! Create a unique rainbow paper craft that the kids will love and learn about thin-film interference! Awesome STEM activity and science experiment for kids. #sciencekiddo #kidsscience #STEM #STEAM #art #scienceforkids
Rainbow Walking Water Science Experiment for Kids
This walking water science experiment is so much fun and super easy to do! My kids absolutely loved it! It even comes with free printable recording sheets for kids as young as preschool! Check out the video to see how easy this walking water experiment really is. This rainbow activity is perfect for spring science!
Elephant Toothpaste - cup hydrogen peroxide liquid is a solution, which can be found at a beauty supply store or hair salon), 1 Tbs (one packet) of dry yeast, 3 Tbs of warm water, liquid dish washing soap and food coloring
Another pinner says: How Many Drops of Water Can a Penny Hold? My daughter did this as her science fair project last year and it was very popular. She even used water variations (Kool-aid, salt water, etc).
Last month I crocheted my first ever washcloth and, I have to admit, I really liked it. Enough to make a few more. I wanted to experiment with some different stitch patterns that I like and I’m working them up for a larger project I have in mind that I will be sharing soon. This washcloth …
"experiment on how spiders sense vibrations in their webs. I grabbed a ball of black yarn and had my students sit in a circle. The each told a spider fact that they had learned and passed the ball of yarn around while holding on to a piece.
BENTLEY INVESTIGATIONS---A hands on fire safety lesson which incorporates life skills, sequencing and fine motor skills. Perfect activity for the special education classroom. My students have autism and other disabilities and they loved it!
7 Brilliant Kitchen Science Experiments That Are So Easy To Try
Scientific Proof Thoughts & Intentions Can Alter The Physical World Around Us. This is an experiment using rice. Very interesting results using nothing, but the power of words. Click photo to go to the page, then scroll down to watch video.