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Science at Home: Make a Cloud in a Jar! This post includes written instructions and a video with several ways to explore weather with kids.

Science at Home: Make a Cloud in a Jar

Science at Home: Make a Cloud in a Jar! This post includes written instructions and a video with several ways to explore weather with kids. "It's my cloud in a jar!

Just did this. So easy and the kids love it! My Dad used to do them with us all the time when we were little.

Growing a Crystal Garden with charcoal, liquid bluing, ammonia and salt. Add some food coloring and you have gorgeous color.

This project uses hot tap water, not boiling water, so it's safer for young crystal growers. Place the crystal solution in the refrigerator and get sparkly needle-like crystals within a few minutes to a few hours. It's that easy!        1/2 cup Epsom salt      1/2 cup hot tap water      food coloring (optional)  instructions here:  http://chemistry.about.com/od/crystalrecipes/ht/cupofcrystals.htm

Try These Easy Crystal Growing Recipes

Growing crystals does not have to be complicated! This is a collection of easy crystal growing recipes.

Need an engaging lesson to use for Christmas time? Need to spice up your classroom? Here are some great ideas for various subjects and ages! Check out TimePlan Education on all Social Media platforms and let us know how they turned out!

15 Ideas For Teachers During The Holidays

Growing crystals is a great learning activity, and will require some patience since they do not grow immediately, but may take a few days. Learn about evaporation, precipitation, and more with these Holiday Crystals.

Si estamos trabajando los colores en el aula, podemos realizar un sencillo, divertido y visual experimento con nuestros alumnos. Necesitamos el siguiente material: Botes de cristal Agua Colorante o…

Color Mixing - Learn about absorption and how water moves with the dynamic "Walking Water Science Experiment for Kids" via Coffee Cups and Crayons

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