Here’s the fifth episode in our Science at Home series co-hosted with Maggy from Red Ted Art and Life at the Zoo and others. Watch our 4th episode in the Science at Home series and take on our kitchen chemistry challenge.
Creating a Cloud in a Jar is a great way of extending the learning about clouds and to get kids thinking about how it rains and what causes rain. Making a Cloud in a Jar is so simple to set up and you only need basic items from around the house.
Watch carefully as the makes its way through the “cloud” and then drop into the clear water down below. Make predictions before the activity and talk about what is happening throughout the process. LIKE THIS POST  Come join the many playtimes here on Learning4kids, please enter your email address in the subscription box to receive updates right to your inbox! You can read more about our copyright and website terms and conditions by clicking on the link in the tab. I am thrilled to bring you the second edition of my DIY Mason Jar Cocktail Gifts, last year’s internet sensation with close to 1 million pins on Pinterest! The most important part is that you find soda cans (or other mixer beverages) to fit inside your mason jar mugs! Start with two pieces of twine (to make it nice and sturdy) and tie a double knot around the top of your jar.
Then make another knot but dona€™t pull it tight yet, insert your straw then tighten a€“ it makes it easier to start the knot first.
Do the same thing and add your alcohol bottle but then finish with a double knot to secure. In last years post, I created a bit of a mini-soda bottle frenzy as many people simply couldn’t find the tiny cans of soda I used in the project. As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

March 4, 2015 by littlebins 12 Comments Classic science with a rain cloud Spring science activity!
To make this easy rain cloud activity, all you need is some sort of vase or even a mason jar filled with water.
Squirt a nice fluffy, puffy shaving cream rain cloud on top of the water in your vase or jar. It’s pretty cool weather science for Spring and a great way to show how clouds hold water until they can no longer hold it and then it rains! We have compiled the ideas below with links right to the source (see the links below each of the images).
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The thicker the layer of shaving cream the longer it takes for the drops of colour to come through. Well, here’s another one for you… look at this giant, 16oz can of coke the hubs found at our local liquor store! In addition to their favorite craft bloggers sharing creative gifts using mason jars, Ball is hosting super fun giveaway for our readers! Everyday we share new and unique wedding inspiration that is carefully curated for the DIY bride. Here are our guidelines: 1-2 images in their original format may be used with a direct link provided that full and clear credit is given to Something Turquoise along with the credited photographer and with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. An affiliate link means that we may receive a commission on sales of some of the products that are linked in our posts; it costs you nothing and we are rewarded for the introduction. We loved trying this a couple years ago, so I thought now would be a great time to make a new rain cloud and see what he knows about weather science!
Grab a can of cheap shaving cream, an eye dropper, liquid food coloring, and an extra bowl to mix the colored rain water.

Clouds are formed by invisible water vapors which turn into the more visible rain droplets we are familiar with in the sky.
I have NEVER seen a can of coke this size before and it makes the large mason jar mug look tiny! Perfect for  Spring weather theme or home science activity, making a  rain cloud is a great simple science idea for young kids. This rain cloud activity is also a hit because it has one great sensory play material involved, shaving cream! It will go up on a website for a hypothetical children’s STEAM library program about weather. It also means more options for drink combinations as we can fit loads of different sodas into these mugs and aren’t limited to using a skinny can. I searched the internet for 20 minutes looking for a source to buy them and I couldn’t find anything. I heated the water in a tea pot and waited until it was bubbling – before it whistled.
We all know the easy, basic soda + mixer drink recipes from my previous post so I’ve created 5 new ideas for you, my favorite being the French 77 of course.
I did read that old school liquor stores carry them – and that’s exactly where he found it!
These jars make wonderful holiday gifts but they are terrific throughout the year as well, especially for bridal party or bachelorette party gifts!
Don’t forget to share your versions of this project on Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #somethingturquoisediy, as I’ll be re-sharing my favorites! In the atmosphere, these particles could be dust, smoke, air pollution, soot, sea salt, sulfate, and more.

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