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How to Make Your Water Glow (Don't Worry, It's Not Radioactive): The color of the glow depends on which chemical you use. Many highlighters glow greenish-yellow.

How to Make Your Water Glow (Don't Worry, It's Not Radioactive!)

How to Make Your Water Glow (Don& Worry, It& Not Radioactive): The color of the glow depends on which chemical you use. Many highlighters glow greenish-yellow.

Light Up Volleyball! http://glowproducts.com/lightupoutdoorfun/sportsballvolley/  This would be so fun!

Light Up LED Volleyball

Glow In The Dark Volleyball Game using fluorescent paint or tape on the net and black lights.

Glowing RAINBOW Water you will need:  Water & Fluorescent paint; Just add a few tablespoons of the fluorescent paint color of your choice into very warm or hot water and stir.

Make glowing water WITHOUT highlighters! This new recipe from Growing A Jeweled Rose is a great alternative as it is made from kid safe materials (non-toxic fluorescent paint) with a RAINBOW of waters to add to your play!

Color Changing Milk- so easy & safe to do, all you need is a plate, milk, food coloring, dish soap & Q-tips

Color Changing Milk experiment from Steve Spangler Science. This site has tons of great experiments for kids and explains the science behind each :)

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Vintage Home: How to Make Water Marbles

A fun science experiment you can make with the kiddos! Make these fun Water Marbles using a few simple kitchen ingredients: baking soda, vinegar,and salt!

Bubble Recipe - with Corn Syrup

Bubble Recipe - with Corn Syrup, then do this with a hula hoop and a small pool and have the bubble go around the kid!

Salt and vinegar crystals  Try using different crystallising substances, ie sugar, Epsom salts, bicarb, borax, alum. Can also grow in cups/lids. Observe how different substances create different crystals

How to Grow Crystals from Salt and Vinegar

Salt and vinegar crystals Try using different crystallising substances, ie sugar, Epsom salts, bicarb, borax, alum. Can also grow in cups/lids. Observe how different substances create different crystals

Oil and Water Project for Kids - Preschool Activities and Printables

A fun project for kids. This one is called a lava lamp. Fill water bottle with oil, food coloring, and water. Kids can add gems, little fish, or anything to make it personal.

silly putty, this only calls for 2 ingredients that you already have at home.

3 T Cup Elmers glue t. borax dissolved in Cup HOT water--Directions: Mix the water with the glue. If you want to add a little food color this is the time, maybe a little glitter, then add the borax solution.

How to make water beads glow - fun science for kids

How to make water beads GLOW

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Seidel These are easy to make and allow kids to explore in a variety of ways. Learn colors, explore the Science of liquids, create fun works of art, and engage in sensory play in a mess free way. There is no clean up with these and the FUN never ends.

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