Cool Science Experiments for Kids – Get your kids interested in STEM → science, technology, engineering, and math with these easy science projects using physics and chemistry. Create a glitter tornado, shine pennies then turn them green, and catch ice on a string using supplies you have around the house. Smart is the New Cool!

Cool Science Experiments for Kids – Get your kids interested in STEM → science, technology, engineering, and math with these easy science projects using physics and chemistry. Create a glitter tornado, shine pennies then turn them green, and catch ice on a string using supplies you have around the house. Smart is the New Cool!

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Turn Milk into Plastic! - great science experiment to make plastic!  Hands on and engaging especially for our older students with special learning needs.  A great addition to your Earth Day or Recycling unit.  Read more at:  http://www.howweelearn.com/turn-milk-into-plastic/

Turn Milk into Plastic! - great science experiment to make plastic! Hands on and engaging especially for our older students with special learning needs. A great addition to your Earth Day or Recycling unit. Read more at: http://www.howweelearn.com/turn-milk-into-plastic/

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Glowing Oil & Water Experiment - FUN SCIENCE FOR KIDS - Make your own GLOW in the DARK lava lamp. Kids will marvel at the amazing effects of this lamp, all while exploring the Science behind liquid densities. TOO FUN! (No electricity or batteries required; just a few common household items)

Glowing Oil & Water Experiment - FUN SCIENCE FOR KIDS - Make your own GLOW in the DARK lava lamp. Kids will marvel at the amazing effects of this lamp, all while exploring the Science behind liquid densities. TOO FUN! (No electricity or batteries required; just a few common household items)

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Why Is The Sky Blue? Science Experiment.  This is a great way for your students to visualize the answer to this question with a few simple supplies.  Read more at:  http://www.rookieparenting.com/why-is-the-sky-blue-science-experiment/

Why Is The Sky Blue? Science Experiment. This is a great way for your students to visualize the answer to this question with a few simple supplies. Read more at: http://www.rookieparenting.com/why-is-the-sky-blue-science-experiment/

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Hand-on and easy science experiments for kids to do at home or in class :: easy science fair projects
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Need a light? Use potato power! With this science experiment for kids, learn how chemical reactions take place between two dissimilar metals and how to create voltage. #ShellScienceFair

Need a light? Use potato power! With this science experiment for kids, learn how chemical reactions take place between two dissimilar metals and how to create voltage. #ShellScienceFair

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