Joshua has already tested this one out! He did it outside and I would highly recommend that!
Add Mentos sweets into lemonade or coke and watch it fizz!
A dollop of mud, a sprinkle of grass, a big leaf and a drop of water...what potion will you make?
Will it make you fly, become invisible or turn you into a super hero! I'd love to see them!
Ice block fun!
Ok so we did this a little wrong as we added too much yellow food colouring...and if we did it again I would not even put food colouring in! All we did was put water in a glass bowl, added some toy animals (could be any toy) and popped it in the freezer overnight. The next day we put it outside and waited for it to melt. The children really enjoyed trying to pull the animals out and also learned a little science about how long ice takes to melt and what makes ice melt quicker.
To make it more into a science experiment you could freeze different sized blocks and time them to melt...or put one out on a cloudy day and one on a sunny day and time them? Enjoy!
Cut out a rainbow shape using kitchen roll.
Colour approximately 2cm up your rainbow on either side (use felt pens).
Hold onto the top with a paperclip and place bottom of rainbow in two small bowls of water...and watch the colour and water travel up the rainbow!