These science kits for kids are easy to put together using household ingredients! They even come with printable instructions. Bobbing raisins, Invisible Ink, Wriggle Worms and more! Package them all up in baggies and put in a tote for a fun and educational gift or summer activity for kids.
I went to this site and found a bunch of projects that I thought would be fun to try. They were all found under the “reactions” page. Then I made “recipe” cards, laminated them, and put them on a ring.
Each card matches a ziploc bag with all of the supplies needed to do the experiment. There were 12 or so projects. I made a pdf version of the cards. They aren’t anything special, but feel free to use them if you’d like. Just cut out the recipes and mount on cardstock.
Some of the ones we included were:
(click below to be linked to each experiment)
We spend an evening trying these out ourselves and had a great time!
Goggles, and some fun candy! Have you seen the fizzy Skittles? They don’t taste that great, but do fizz up in your mouth. My kids liked that.
I grabbed this Mystical Tree and Lakeshore Learning. We picked one out for ourself. The kids had a great time watching it grow and it made for some pretty fall decor.
This was such a fun gift to put together. A little time consuming, but so worth it. My sister’s family is so creative and active. We couldn’t think of a more perfect family to make this for.
How does one wrap a huge cauldron? This is all I could think of without using an entire roll of wrapping paper 😉
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