Chemistry projects

Collection by Charity Rohrbaugh

Charity Rohrbaugh
Watch water turn to ice before your eyes! So cool! Such a fun science experiment Watch water turn to ice before your eyes! So cool! Such a fun science experiment Kid Science, Science Classroom, Science Lessons, Teaching Science, Science Projects, Projects For Kids, Teach Preschool, Physical Science, Summer Science

Fun with frozen: making ice grow

Do your kids love Elsa and "Frozen?" If so, give this science experiment a try! I have been noticing lots of fun ideas being shared by my fellow bloggers that are all related to the Walt Disney movie "Frozen." I must admit that my grandsons and I have enjoyed watching this movie at home on more

Making slime is a crazy and fun way to spend some time with your kids. This How to Make Homemade Slime video tutorial shows you just how truly easy it is for you to make some fun and playful slime! Kid Science, Summer Science, Preschool Science, Science Experiments Kids, Stem Science, Science Chemistry, Science Classroom, Slime Science Project, Science Week

How to Make Magnetic Slime - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls

How to make magnetic slime. This awesome 3 ingredient slime recipe makes a stretchy slime that moves when you hold a magnet close to it. SO COOL.

Make a scarf and accessory hanger! From Spark & Chemistry Craft Tutorials, Craft Projects, Scarf Organization, How To Make Scarf, Diy Recycle, Dollar Store Crafts, Diy Arts And Crafts, Diy Storage, Dorm Decorations

Make a cute scarf and accessory hanger for under $10! From Spark & Chemistry; Click for the full tutorial

Learn about testing your soil pH without a kit by using a few readily available pantry staples. Know your soil pH and make amendments to boost garden yield Food Science, Physical Science, Science Labs, Science Fair Projects, Science Experiments, Science Lessons, Cabbage Juice, Cabbage Plant, Kitchen Chemistry

pH Indicator from Red Cabbage

Here is a good article from which describes how to use red cabbage to make a pH indicator solution. and and image of the pH of various solutions with the indicator.

Put a bar of ivory soap in the microwave to make bath snow. I did this with my kids and they loved it. Only Ivory brand soap will work and I broke it in half. The boys loved watching expand in the microwave too! Cool Science Experiments, Science Fair, Science For Kids, Charles Law, Volcano Activities, Ivory Soap, Soap Carving, Summer Reading Program, Outdoor Activities For Kids

How To Make Erupting Soap

Making erupting soap is one of the easiest and most fun things to do with your kids. You're going to love what happens to a bar of soap!

The kids really enjoyed this simple experiment of using iodine to identify starch. I got to thinking about iodine after writing last week’s water post, because I remembered using iodine tablets 4th Grade Science, Stem Science, Kindergarten Science, Teaching Science, Science Education, Science Area, Science Experiments Kids, Science Lessons, Science For Kids

Iodine and Starch Visual Science Experiment for Kids

Using iodine to identify starch is a fantastic visual science experiment for kids. It's kitchen science at its best!

Thunder & Lightning lesson info for kids Weather Experiments, School Science Experiments, Primary Science, Science Videos, Kindergarten Science, Science Lessons, Teaching Science, Science Education, Science Activities

Weather Wiz Kids weather information for kids

Weather Wiz Kids is a fun and safe website for kids about all the weather info they need to know. It contains tools for weather education, including weather games, activities, experiments, photos, a glossary and educational teaching materials for the classroom.

Science party supplies can be tricky to get hold of, but it's a great theme for a kids birthday party. Here's what you need to host a science party. Galletas Cookies, Fun Cookies, Cake Cookies, Decorated Cookies, Cupcakes, Sugar Cookies, Science Party, Mad Science, Science Fair

5 geeky, spooky, and altogether kooky cookies for Halloween | Cool Mom Picks

Get out the flour and sugar. Crack the eggs (better use than egging the grouchy neighbors, trust us). Monster mash everything up. And then select the

I just did a class on The Chemistry of Crystals for a local elementary school's Saturday Scholars program where we did the Salt Crystal Garden project I Kids Science Fair Projects, Chemistry Projects, Science Chemistry, Easy Science, Science For Kids, Science And Nature, Diy Craft Projects, Science Experiments, Science Ideas

Salt Crystal Trees

I just did a class on The Chemistry of Crystals for a local elementary school's Saturday Scholars program where we did the Salt Crystal Garden project I did with my kids in 2007. In addition to using cubes of kitchen sponge as a base, we used cardboard toilet paper tubes to make Salt Crystal trees. Since the crystals were just starting to form by the time the class was over, I tested the project out the day before to make sure it would work. It took a while to get going, but the result was…

Understanding Density with Ice, Water and Rubbing Alcohol. Investigates the hypothesis of why "Ice floats in water" and "Ice sinks in alcohol" Mad Science, Science Humor, Physical Science, Science For Kids, Science Experiments, Science Nature, Science Ideas, Hands On Activities, Educational Activities

Everyday Chemistry - Why does ice always float and not sink?

We all love to have our drinks cold. Either we add cold water to our drink or simply toss in some ice cubes. But have you ever wondered when you add sugar to water, it goes right down to the bottom of your glass, but when you add ice cubes, they float instead of sinking. We will help you find an answer...

Awesome potions lab for unschooling. Science in the tub. Chemistry Projects, Chemistry Labs, Science Projects, Home Teaching, Life Learning, Play To Learn, Clean House, Tub, New Homes

Unsere Lernumgebung auf einen Blick

Vor bald einem Jahr haben wir damit begonnen, unsere Lernumgebung in unserem Haus drinnen zu beschreiben. Sicher gäbe es noch sehr viele kleinere und auch grössere Details zu beschreiben und es versteht sich von selbst, dass auch eine anregende und natürliche Aussenumgebung dazu gehört. Wir pflegen auch zu sagen, dass die ganze Welt

Make a bubble rainbow with a water bottle, old sock, dishwashing liquid and food coloring. Wand Make a Bubble Rainbow With This Fun Chemistry Demonstration Easy Science, Weird Science, Preschool Science, Science Table, Summer Science, Science Party, Science Ideas, Science Fair, Preschool Ideas

Try These Great Science Experiments for Preschoolers

Find great projects for preschool students with this collection of fun, easy and educational science experiments and activities.