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TPcraft.com: Mentos & Diet Coke Science Experiment {as seen on Jacksonville Moms Blog}

TPcraft.com: Mentos & Diet Coke Science Experiment {as seen on Jacksonville Moms Blog}

This is my FAVORITE experiment to do with kids! #GaleriAkal Untuk berbagi ide dan kreasi seru si Kecil lainnya, yuk kunjungi website Galeri Akal di www.galeriakal.com Mam!

This is my FAVORITE experiment to do with kids! #GaleriAkal Untuk berbagi ide dan kreasi seru si Kecil lainnya, yuk kunjungi website Galeri Akal di www.galeriakal.com Mam!

Make your own astronaut glove box to show kids how astronauts and scientists study moon rocks and other specimens in space. || Gift of Curiosity

DIY astronaut glove box

Make your own astronaut glove box to show kids how astronauts and scientists study moon rocks and other specimens in space. || Gift of Curiosity

Make your own erupting SOUND volcano using pop rocks & other simple household ingredients!  What kid wouldn't want to make a volcano with pop and fizzle sound effects as it erupts and bubbles? Way too fun!

Make your own erupting SOUND volcano using pop rocks & other simple household ingredients! What kid wouldn't want to make a volcano with pop and fizzle sound effects as it erupts and bubbles? Way too fun!

Making rock candy at home is really easy and lots of fun!  This activity is a beautiful Science experiment and a yummy treat all in one.  My kids LOVED checking on their jars each day to see if the ro

Making rock candy at home is really easy and lots of fun! This activity is a beautiful Science experiment and a yummy treat all in one. My kids LOVED checking on their jars each day to see if the ro

Balloon magic - a fun science activity where you inflate a balloon using baking soda and vinegar || Gift of Curiosity

Balloon magic with baking soda and vinegar

Want a way to get kids really excited about supersaturated solutions? Challenge them to some kitchen science with rock candy making! via @steampoweredfam

Kitchen Science for Kids- Rock Candy

Want a way to get kids really excited about supersaturated solutions? Challenge them to some kitchen science with rock candy making! via @steampoweredfam

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