Learning - Science | 10-18 yrs

Fun Science Experiments For Kids: Part 2

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Bad weather, long stuck-at-home holidays, cooped-up hyperactive kids or a combination of all these three can be challenging. All parents have these days when they need some ways to get all that extra energy out of their children’s systems. Well, here come DIY activities to the rescue!

One of the cutest door signs a home can have is “Excuse the mess…the children are making memories.” More often than not DIY boredom busters leave a mess. But, the results are so very worth it. What could be better than some extremely fun experiments to keep your children occupied and happy! “My kids were enthralled!” says a mom to smartschoolhouse.com, who helped her children paint using edible marshmallow paint. Sounds fun, right?

Many DIY’s have a science lesson behind them. Here’s a DIY project to make geodes, which will both entertain and educate your child for sure.

Rain, rain, go away…or stay. Really! You shouldn’t care, because there is always rainy day process art to add to your child’s fun. Would you love to make neon slime sun-catchers (for real!)? Take this a notch higher and help your kids make magnetic slime.

There is more. Have you ever had your kids try food magic or kitchen science? How can your little girl make a jellyfish in a bottle? What is a cube bubble? Are you game for some bouncing bubble fun?

As you can see, this very informative ClipBook is designed to familiarize you with interesting DIY projects for your children. This is part two of a two-part series. So, please check out the first part also .

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Diy Crystal Geode Eggs

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Marshmallow Paint

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Art And Science For Kids: Slime Suncatchers

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Jellyfish In A Bottle

Here's a fun way to have jellyfish in a bottle. You can make a jellyfish in a bottle with recycled materials and keep your kids amused all afternoon.

Rainy Day Process Art

To try painting with the rain you will need: some fairly thick paper, which can cope with getting wet, watercolour paints, paint brushes and a few pebbles.

How To Make Magnetic Slime

Magnetic slime is really fun to play with on its own. It stretches and squishes. If you hold it up, it oozes down to the floor in a long strand! Adding the element of magnet play makes it even more awesome. This is a great project to put on your...

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Amazing Cube Bubble

Want to create cube bubbles within squares? Check out this video that will help you make this amazing bubble.

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Bouncing Bubble Experiment

Bubbles are fun; bouncy ones are more so. Here's how you can make them these bubbles that is a guaranteed hit with the kids.

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