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Fun Science Projects

Today we have five new ideas all about Science Projects. The first one is called the Snowstorm In A Jar. The second one is called the Apple Volcanoes. The third one is called the Ice Fishing Science Project. The fourth one is called the Disappearing Egg Activity. And the last one is a video about Fun Science Projects. Enjoy!


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Snowstorm In A Jar
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Snowstorm In A Jar

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This snowstorm in a jar is such a fun winter science experiment! It’s really easy to put together and it looks so cool when it starts “snowing”! With all the sparkly glitter, my kids said it looked like a snowglobe. They had so much fun dropping in the Alka Seltzer and watching the chemical reaction that causes the snowstorm!

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Apple Volcanoes
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Apple Volcanoes

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Looking for a simple preschool science activity? This volcano idea involves apples, baking soda, and vinegar!

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Ice Fishing Science Project
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Ice Fishing Science Project

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The best part of this icy winter science experiment is that you don’t need ice fishing gear or a frozen lake to enjoy it! That means everyone can try it. Plus you have everything you need in the kitchen to get started.

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Disappearing Egg Activity
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Disappearing Egg Activity

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The eggshell dissolves because eggshells contain calcium carbonate, the main ingredient in many antacid tablets. This dissolves in the acidic vinegar to produce calcium ions (which stay dissolved in the vinegar) and carbon dioxide gas. The carbon dioxide produces the bubbles that you will see while the egg is dissolving. Now that you know the science behind this cool activity, below is everything your kids need to give this fun science experiment a try!

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Fun Science Projects
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Fun Science Projects

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Simple and cool experiments to do at home that will surely amaze kids.

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