June 12, 2019

Preschool Garden Activities

Today we have five new trending ideas all about Science Experiments. The first is simple and easy to do which is called the Fizzing Ice Science Experiment. The second is the study of water cycle and is called the Water Cycle Experiments. The third activity is all about colors and is called the Rainbow Walking Water Science Experiment. The fourth activity is called the Foamy Fountain Experiment or simply known as the elephant toothpaste. And the last is a video about Skittles Rainbow Science Experiment. Enjoy!


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Fizzing Ice Science Experiment
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Fizzing Ice Science Experiment

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Sometimes all you need to make a classic science experiment fresh again is a fun new twist. This wintery twist on the classic baking soda and vinegar experiment will keep kids entertained. You can use the experiment to teach kids about endothermic reactions, acids and bases, chemical reactions, and how when acetic acid and sodium bicarbonate mix, they create carbonic acid, which quickly dissolves into carbon dioxide and water. But don’t worry about all the acids in this experiment, it’s completely safe for young kids to touch

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Water Cycle Experiments
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Water Cycle Experiments

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Here are 3 of my favorite water cycle experiments and craftivity. These science experiments are simple to set up and use common household items. The water cycle wheel craftivity gives students a visual representation of the stages of the water cycle and how they repeat over and over again.

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Rainbow Walking Water Science Experiment
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Rainbow Walking Water Science Experiment

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Introduce colour mixing to the kids by trying the rainbow walking water science experiment. This fun and seemingly magic science project for kids is fascinating to watch and will leave the kids asking lots of questions. The walking water experiment is a perfect science experiment for preschoolers as it is easy to set up and it gives children the opportunity to discover what happens when they mix primary colours together.

We have included a free walking water printable that you can use to record their thoughts. The walking water 'rainbow' that is created at the end of this experiment looks AMAZING and makes this a perfect activity for a rainbow themed project!

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Foamy Fountain Experiment
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Foamy Fountain Experiment

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This fantastic foamy fountain experiment, also called Elephant Toothpaste is SO very much fun! We did this experiment years ago and I decided it was time to revisit it with my younger kids. We decided to try it with with both regular hydrogen peroxide and the 6% solution at the same time and compare the difference. In our images, the red is with the stronger solution and the blue is with the regular hydrogen peroxide.

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Skittles Rainbow Science Experiment
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Skittles Rainbow Science Experiment

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This fun skittles rainbow experiment is one of the most amazing science experiments for toddlers, preschoolers and older kids. The skittles science fair project always has a WOW factor and looks like pure magic.

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