This tornado in a jar would be a great visual for a science lesson. It is easy to make and interactive. The students can shake the jar in a circle to get the tornado formation and see its shape and how it moves. Adding "Elijah" to the jar?
Science project: 2 clear containers, water, shaving cream, food coloring, and droppers. Slowly pour the food coloring on top of the shaving cream clouds and watch the "rain" come down when the clouds get saturated.
Ice, Water and Oil Experiment - FUN Science for Kids! Needed: A glass vase or sturdy drinking glass Baby Oil – enough to fill your vase full Frozen Ice cubes filled with water and food colouring tongs empty syringes or dopplers
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Activity for ages 3 and up. This easy-peasy, low cost science experiment uses borax to grow crystal names. Whether your child is 3 or they’re sure to get excited about seeing their name shimmer and sparkle in the sunlight. Crystal names are one of ou