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Give a Child the Gift of Science

Make a Rainbow Jar using household ingredients and learn about density. Mix together a few household ingredients to create "elephant toothpaste" and learn about chemical reactions and gases. Combine milk, dishwashing liquid, and food coloring to make magic milk and learn about color mixing. Use three glasses, food coloring, and some paper towels to learn about capillary action. Combine Neon highlighters, water and baby oil to make a glow-in-the-dark solution and learn about light and fluorescence. These are just a few of the 10 Easy Science Projects for Kids that you will find on this week's featured website in the Give a Child the Gift of Science.

It's all science. It's all fun. And it's all a great way to spend time with children, helping them develop an enthusiasm, a comfort, and an aptitude for doing science. Enjoy at 

http://mylistoflists.com/10-easy-science-projects-for-kids/
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Give a Child the Gift of Science

"Relentlessly Fun. Deceptively Educational." Now that's a tagline that gets one's attention! And today's featured children's site lives up to the boast of captivating and maintaining a child's attention. Learn how to make a hovercraft using readily available materials found around the home. Grab a child, make the hovercraft, and explore. Learn some science. Practice some engineering. Entertain and educate a child. Now that's a great way to spend time with a child, helping them develop an enthusiasm, a comfort, and an aptitude for doing science. Enjoy at ...

http://deceptivelyeducational.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/how-to-make-hovercraft.html

Incidentally, today's post ends our summer series titled Give a Child the Gift of Science. We hope that you have enjoyed our series and taken up our invitation to share a little science with a little scientist. Beginning next week, we will resume our series titled Hot Hits at The Physics Classroom.
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