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Yeast and Sugar Science Fair Project

In this Yeast Sugar Experiment, we'll watch yeast feed on sugar to fill a balloon with air. A fun science project for kids that's with household, everyday materials.

1/4” Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda and 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake and it glows. Call my childish but I want to try this SO BAD!!

{I will never drink Mountain Dew again} Summer Activity. Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda and 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake and it glows. Pour on sidewalk to "paint".Who knew! (The kids will have a blast!)" doing this this summer

Gas making Balloon Clear bottle Vinegar Baking soda Funnel

10 Fun Science Projects for your Kids This Summer bottle, balloon, baking soda and vinager

Glitter germs lesson. This ties in w/ the health curriculum, but I'd use it at the start of year to stress the importance of handwashing.   Glitter mixed with hand sanitizer. Teacher uses it, pretends to cough, and then shakes hands with 1 student. The students then shake eachothers hands and see how the glitter "germs" spread. Discuss proper hand washing after

For my teacher/school nurse friends: the importance of handwashing-- Glitter Germs! Put it on the teacher's hands, and then have everyone, including the teacher, shake hands with everyone. Notice how the "germs" spread!

I wish I had lessons like this when I was trying to learn :)    Great activity during a weather unit. 2 liter soda bottle cut in half. Put about an inch and a half of warm water (w blue food coloring) in the bottom. Invert the top of the bottle with the lid on and fill with ice. Watch the water condensate and watch it "rain" THIS is brilliant!

Weather - water cycle liter soda bottle cut in half. Put about an inch and a half of warm water (w blue food coloring) in the bottom. Invert the top of the bottle with the lid on and fill with ice. Watch the water condensate and watch it "rain")

Children have an innate sense of curiosity. Such curiosity leads them to an exploration of the world around them and the natural progression to science. Science

Have some science fun with the kids. Here are lots of great science experiments with stuff you have on hand. KidStyleFile Roundup: Cool Kids Science Experiments To Make With Pantry Items

Science Kit

3 Easy Science Experiments for Kids by The Kitchen Pantry Scientist

The Kitchen Pantry Scientist shows her homemade science lab - great kit for Brownies working on the Home Scientist badge

What will the Pop Rocks do when combined with the soda? #STEM

Growing a STEM Classroom: Make your Science Pop with Pop Rocks! Have the kids observe the chemical reaction that takes place between the pop rocks and soda/water!

Science ~ Fool your tongue (apple and vanilla experiment)

Taste Test Science: Fool Your Tongue!

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