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How to Make a Mentos & Soda Pop Geyser

  One of the best ways to get kids excited about science is through science experiments.   When it comes to science activities for kids, this Mentos and soda pop geyser is one that your children will never forget.   This soda pop experim...
by There's Just One Mommy on Jul 25, 2016

How to Make a Mentos & Soda Pop Volcano

  One of the best ways to get kids excited about science is through science experiments.   When it comes to science activities for kids, this Mentos and soda pop volcano is one that your children will never forget.   This soda pop experim...
by There's Just One Mommy on Jul 25, 2016

Does Boiling Water Freeze Faster Than Room Temperature Water?

Does boiling water freeze faster than room temperature water? What do you guys think freezes faster? Boiling Water or Room Temperature Water? Put your answer in the comments section below!                              ...
by Chen's Corner on Jul 22, 2016

10 Cool Scientific Experiments you’ll be able to Do straight away

Experiments modify scientists to unravel the mysteries of the globe and everything around it. area unit|they’re} the terribly approach through that information is made and issues are solved . Granted, experiments ar primarily based an exce...
by Zona7.net on Jul 4, 2016

Explain How Jesus Removes Sin with This Awesome Experiment!

  Simple science experiments are always fun to do at home with the kids.  Recently we had fun making an egg float and we also made a rubber egg.  (Spring is the perfect time for egg activities!)  I had been planning to do this rising water ex...
by There's Just One Mommy on Mar 24, 2016

How to Make a Rubber Egg

  Springtime is the time for baby chicks, bunnies, and fun activities involving eggs.  This week we had fun with a super simple egg experiment.  We made our very own rubber egg.   Make a rubber egg! Materials Needed: 1 raw egg vinegar con...
by There's Just One Mommy on Mar 23, 2016

Floating Egg Experiment

  Stretched out on my back, the waves carried me up and down in the Florida sun.  I usually sink like a rock, but in the salty water there was no need for a raft as I floated along.  This simple floating egg experiment is perfect for explaini...
by There's Just One Mommy on Mar 10, 2016

Cherry Explosion: Sweet Smelling Fizzy Science

  My kids love doing simple science experiments with materials we already have in the kitchen.  When I found an old box of cherry gelatin mix that had been lost in the back of the pantry, I decided we would use it to give our favorite science...
by There's Just One Mommy on Feb 9, 2016

Victor Frankenstein (2015)

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by sarascarf on Oct 24, 2015

Make a Pumpkin Volcano!

  Earlier this week we did a simple float or sink experiment with pumpkins.  Once we finished investigating the insides of the pumpkin, we made a simple pumpkin volcano.   It’s a fun fall twist to an old favorite science experiment. ...
by There's Just One Mommy on Sep 11, 2015

Do Pumpkins Sink or Float?

  Will it sink or float?  That is a question kids love to experiment with to answer, whether it be toy blocks, boats, or just odds and ends from around the house, kids everywhere enjoy putting things in water to see if they will sink or float.
by There's Just One Mommy on Sep 8, 2015

Make a Tornado in a Jar

  Last week we had fun learning about clouds.  This week we continued our weather unit.  One of our favorite activities has been making a simple tornado in a jar.    Materials needed to make your own tornado: Clear bottle or jar with a...
by There's Just One Mommy on Apr 28, 2015

Make Your Own Wind Anemometer!

  Last week we had tons of fun studying clouds!  (Check out how we made a cloud in a jar and our super simple rain cloud activity.)  This week we are continuing the weather unit.  We have been studying the weather each day, and even made our...
by There's Just One Mommy on Apr 23, 2015

Colorful DIY Melting Ice Science Experiment To Try With Kids

Looking for some fun activity to entertain the kids? Take a peek at this awesome melting ice science experiment, which is not only exciting, but also learning and truly beautiful. Although it might be tricky to get it right for the first time, but it...
by Kidsomania on Apr 21, 2015

Colorful DIY Melting Ice Science Experiment To Try With Kids

Looking for some fun activity to entertain the kids? Take a peek at this awesome melting ice science experiment, which is not only exciting, but also learning and truly beautiful. Although it might be tricky to get it right for the first time, but it...
by Kidsomania on Apr 21, 2015

Make a Shaving Cream Rain Cloud

  If you’re a regular here, you know that we’ve been studying clouds lately.  We had so much fun with our earlier experiment, creating a cloud in a jar, that the kids couldn’t wait to make it rain with their very own shav...
by There's Just One Mommy on Apr 20, 2015

How to Make a Cloud in a Jar

  We are starting a weather unit in homeschool, and this week we are focusing on clouds!  After reading about how clouds form, we decided to do our own experiment and make a cloud in a jar.  It was so much fun the kids begged to do it several...
by There's Just One Mommy on Apr 13, 2015

Make a Paper Cup Phone

    My kids love science experiments.  I can’t even begin to count how many ways we’ve played with vinegar and baking soda….  This week we made paper cup phones, something I remember doing as a child.      ...
by There's Just One Mommy on Feb 28, 2015

Dissolving Candy Experiment

    As I mentioned in an earlier post, we have been having fun learning with candy!   Since science is always a hit here, we’ve done several candy experiments. The easiest candy science experiment we have done this week was seeing...
by There's Just One Mommy on Nov 5, 2014

Candy Learning Activities

    This year Halloween was cold and wet!  The kids wound up with tons of candy, though.  (I think the weather made people extra generous.)  Instead of letting all that candy go to waste (or eating it all at once), I’m planning a h...
by There's Just One Mommy on Nov 2, 2014


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