Weather Mobile Craft for Kids Using a Stick- Fun art project for your next weather unit, to hang in your art room, or near your calendar or circle time area! (Can even be done as a collaborative art project!) ~ BuggyandBuddy.com
Light-Dispersion Experiments for Kids: Fits into the PYP unit "How the World Works"
Saturday Science: Make a Rainbow | The Childrens Museum of Indianapolis
No fancy tornado tube connector needed. Just a bottle, some water and a lot of quick shaking. Bonus: Not only is the experiment fun, but you'll get a good arm workout doing it as well! #CoolScienceHQ #ScienceExperiments #Science
STEM / Science for Kids: Exploring Rainbow Reflections with a CD and Paper Snowflakes- fun way to explore light! ~ BuggyandBuddy.com
Make a Rainbow By M.H. Martin Art by Michael Palan Have you ever wished you could make a rainbow? Now you can! Ask an adult to help you. What You Need: Clear glass Water A table A sheet of heavy white paper Flashlight Dark room What You Do: Fill the glass half-full of water. Place it near the edge of the table. Fold the paper in half. Stand it on the table about three inches behind the glass of water. Turn off the lights. Turn on the fla…