How to Make an Egg Shell Disappear + More!

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Do you remember that tingling feeling in your heart when you were a kid and you pulled an “A” on a spelling test or did an awesome art project at school? That… YES! This is fridge worthy feeling? The pride you felt as your mom took the magnet and posted your work for the whole world to see… up on the fridge?

Well each week we celebrate that awesome feeling by sharing our favorite finds from The Weekly Kid’s Co-op Collection. This week we are proud to showcase Science Sparks and Putti Prapancha.

The truth? There are not enough hours in the day to satiate my Pinterest obsession. There are just too many cool ideas.

Let’s come together as a group of parents to tackle the fact there are only 24 hours in each day.

Read more about how we can ban together to overcome this issue! Also, check back in next Friday Same Bat-Time, same Bat-Channel.

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How to make an egg shell disappear without touching it? by Science Sparks

“We love egg experiments on Science Sparks. We have investigated air pressure using eggs, we have transformed egg whites, tested how strong an egg shell is, and shrunk them but today is this is the simpliest but most effective experiment involving eggs. Today we are going to how we can make an egg shell disappear without touching it!”

Let’s Lasso the Moon Notes: These ladies are my new science superheroes. I’ve asked them to guest post, but haven’t received a reply yet. Help me out by showing them some love today. I’d love to learn more from these women. Pop on over to their site. So many blogs showcase cool experiments, but this site is wonderful for parents who want to teach their child WHY something happens.

Click through for full directions. *How cool is that?!!?

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Ice and Salt Art  by Putti Prapancha

“The entire activity was like a mini-science lesson. We talked about the physical reaction of salt on ice and also the concept of solids transforming to liquids. This also promotes hand-eye coordination and using those pipettes is great for building fine motor skills.”

Let’s Lasso the Moon Note: I can imagine this being really fun on a hot summer day!
Is it spring yet?

Click through for full directions. *Love it.


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1 Comment

  1. Putti Prapancha
    February 17, 2012

    Thank you for the feature!! And I see that someone has already linked up our spin art suns:)

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