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Friday, May 25, 2012

15 Favorite Science Experiments for Kids


I have been working on some "Fun & Learning"
summer plans for the Lil Divas.
What types of things are on our list?
Things I had hoped to get to but somehow never did,
cool things I have seen & have on my "must do" list
and a few direct requests from the the Lil Divas.

I thought it would be fun to share a few ideas with you - my fave readers.

Today I bring you:
  15 Favorite Science Explorations for Kids

















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I hope you are encouraged and motivated to try a few of these this summer. Your kids will have a blast!

Bern

16 comments:

  1. Some fun experiments here. Great ideas.

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  2. Looking forward to repeating some of these and trying some new ones. Thanks so much!

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  3. This is a great list. We have done a few and a few are on our list for this summer. I am look forward to Reading about yours.

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  4. Your list is full of such classic science fun! Love it! :)

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  5. Thanks for sharing, we will have to try some of the ones out we have not done. They all look like fun! Frogs and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails

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  6. Love the collection of experiments all in one place!!

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  7. As a science teacher, I often find great ideas on www.experiland.com for my students. They have some really fun science experiments for kids to do at home as well and come highly recommended by other homeschooling sites! Good luck & Enjoy!

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  8. I"m bookmarking this. So many fun ideas. Love it. My boys are always begging me to do science experiments.

    We did this one too with just a salt dough recipe - DIY dinosaur fossils:
    http://dontmesswithmama.com/2011/09/12/diy-dinosaur-fossils/

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  9. what a great blog you have! Thanks for sharing

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  10. These are really cute ideas I am thinking about making the bouncy ball

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  11. i did this experiment it turned out great! Although, i am wondering how come the egg is orangish? like i know it is the yolk but is it still in its normal form of is it mixed up with the vinegar?

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  12. ya is the yolk in its normal form or is it mixed with the vinegar please help me!

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  13. Thank you SO SO SO SO SO SO SO SO SO much for this amazing blog. Our children loved this and never got tired of it.

    I would reccomend adding something like create your own Baking soda explosions

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