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Science Experiment for Kids: Exploding Sandwich Bag

August 1, 2013 in All Posts, Kindergarten, Kindergarten Science, Play, Popular, Preschool, Preschool Science

I took my own advice this summer and tried this classic messy outdoor science experiment for kids last month: the Exploding Sandwich Bag. This experiment is your basic baking soda and vinegar reaction experiment, but the anticipation of the explosion, the big pop, and the overflowing fizzy solution made this one a favorite with the […]

Make Your Own Homemade Super Bouncy Ball

September 6, 2012 in All Posts, Play, Preschool, Preschool Science

I’m still on a blogging break, but don’t want to leave you hanging on for too long, so…here’s our easy tutorial on how your kids can make their own Super Bouncy Ball. {Just click on this link or the photo and it will take you to Kids Activities Blog where the tutorial was posted last week} If […]

{Play} Science Experiment for Kids: Celery Capillary Action

July 12, 2012 in All Posts, Fun With Food!, Play, Toddler Activities

For some reason, this experiment stands out as one of my favorites from childhood.  I’m not sure if it’s because I thought Celery Capillary Action was magic or that my mom had magical powers. It was probably more of the latter, which is why it was so exciting to recreate this “magical” absorption experiment for the […]

{Play} Make Your Own Multi-Color Crayons

April 3, 2012 in All Posts, Play, Toddler Activities

I so remember doing this when I was a kid. We have so many broken (and half-eaten) crayons, it was inevitable I’d end up doing this activity with the kids.  All you need are peeled, broken crayons and a mold.  Some people use muffin tins, but I decided to use a silicon ice cube mold. […]

{Play} Weather Blog Hop | Make Your Own Cloud

March 6, 2012 in All Posts, Play, Toddler Activities

I’m thrilled to bring you another great blog hop started by one of my kid blogger buddies.  You’ll find so many weather-related activities, crafts, experiments, and play ideas in the linky at the bottom of this post. Our activity was a science experiment: Make Your Own Cloud It was raining last week and Jane and […]