Exploding Baggie

Exploding Baggie

Combining baking soda and vinegar is a classic science experiment that is a guaranteed crowd pleaser every single time. But mix the two ingredients in a sealed plastic baggie and the excitement goes through the roof! The exploding baggie science trick is sure to knock...

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Magic Milk Fireworks

Magic Milk Fireworks

Magic Milk Fireworks are a surprisingly simple Fourth of July science activity that kids will beg to repeat over and over again. With just a few common ingredients, they'll turn ordinary milk into an explosion of  red, white and blue fireworks. It's perfect for...

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Magic Crystal Butterfly

Magic Crystal Butterfly

Growing crystals is always a science activity my kids love. Combine crystals with their love of butterflies and we get a magic crystal butterfly - a winning science activity! This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Getting Ready The first thing we needed to do...

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Ice Color Mixing

Ice Color Mixing

This simple science experiment is a hands-on way to learn about melting and color mixing! Kids will love experimenting to see what new colors they can create as they melt two colored ice cubes together and magically make a third. Getting Started One of the best...

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Easter Egg Rockets

Easter Egg Rockets

Did you know that you can launch Easter egg rockets up into the air with just a couple of common household materials?!  The kids will not only love this egg-citing science activity, they will also learn about the cool chemical reaction that makes it happen. With lots...

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Hi, I’m Malia.

I’m a National Board Certified Teacher and love showing Pre-K, Kindergarten and First Grade teachers easy-to-follow systems for getting EVERY student bigger results.