More than 50 science activities for kids. For use with elementary ESL unit on weather. filled a clear glass with water and topped it with a shaving cream cloud.Then we dropped food coloring on the top until it started to rain!
Umbrella picture Make umbrellas out of pipe cleaner pieces and cupcake liners folded in half. Use cotton balls to make clouds. Then use q-tips or fingers in blue paint to make rain drops. Perfect for "April showers.
Here’s a simple open-ended building activity for kids of all ages – Colored craft sticks, wooden cubes, and small plastic cups! Simple materials, and yet we have been having a blast building all kinds of amazing structures with them.
Hot ice, scientifically known as sodium acetate, is a liquid that will turn solid at the slightest provocation. Touching it with your finger or bumping it too hard will cause it to spring from a clear, water-like state into solid ice-like crystals.
Salt and vinegar crystals are easy-to-grow non-toxic crystals that you can grow in a rainbow of colors. This crystal growing project is especially good for kids or beginners looking for quick and easy crystals.