Explore The Soap, Explosions, and more!

So cool! Just a regular bar of ivory soap in the microwave for 2 minutes, and you get FLUFF!

Ivory Soap Experiment - you turn this soap "cloud" into fluffy bathtub paint after it's crumbled up by the kids!

Experimentos

A giant list of super fun science experiments to do with kids with simple household items. (How To Make Slime With Household Items)

How to make erupting soap {in the microwave}

How To Make Erupting Soap

Put a bar of ivory soap in the microwave to make bath snow. Only Ivory brand soap will work and I broke it in half. The boys loved watching expand in the microwave too!

Kids Craft Sharpie Plates Preheat oven 350, bake 30 mins to let color set. Kid created china!!!!

Kid Created Plates --- Perfect as gifts to grandparents, or just family dinner. Have the kids draw with sharpies on glass plates. Preheat oven bake 30 mins to let color set. Maybe a nice idea on small plates.

great homemade toy/game for kiddos! i wanted to make some for Christmas gifts, but never got around to it :(

I soooo want a set of Alphabet bean bags. Then I'd take a new shower curtain and make squared with letters of alphabet on it. Then students could toss bags to the correct letter. Just don't want to make up a set of beanbags.

Glowing Clean Mud - Ivory Soap Explosion with a Twist ~ Learn Play Imagine

Learn Play Imagine: Glowing Clean Mud - Ivory Soap Explosion with a Twist

HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE BUBBLES  INGREDIENTS  4 cups warm water 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup Dawn dish soap INSTRUCTIONS  1. Whisk the sugar into the ... fun kids crafts, kid ideas, #kids #diy kids diy ideas

How to Make Homemade Bubbles - An Easy Recipe You Can Make Today

Homemade Bubbles 4 cups warm water cup sugar cup Dawn dish soap INSTRUCTIONS Whisk the sugar into the warm water until the sugar dissolves. Add the dish soap and whisk to combine.

Mrs. V {at home}: Thursday Teaching {Lava Cups}

Science experiments to do with kids at home! Lava cups with water, oil, food coloring, and salt.

This is so wonderful- a whole blog about crafts and science experiments to do with kids of different ages. I am going to use this all the time when I'm an aunt!

Dry Ice Experiment

"Dry Ice Experiments": Halloween (or any time of the year) is a great chance to let your kids play with science in a fun way while teaching safe experiment practices

Homemade lava lamp! Fun science experiment  kids will love. Fill an empty bottle about a quarter with water. Fill the rest with cooking oil, drop 8-10 drops of you favorite color food coloring, let the food coloring reach the bottom, drop alka seltzer (pieces at a time) and watch the show.

Homemade lava lamp! Fun science experiment kids will love. Fill an empty bottle about a quarter with water. Fill the rest with cooking oil, drop 8-10 drops of you favorite color food coloring, let the food coloring reach the bottom, drop alka seltzer (pieces at a time) and watch the show.

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