Watch a lighting storm come to life with this storm in a cup luminary craft.
I love the rain. When I was a little girl, I would get excited when it would thunder and lightning. My daughter is a lot like me in this aspect. A while back we made it rain in a jar. Yesterday, we made it storm in a cup.
Dixie Cup Windmills
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My daughter often comes up with the ideas for our projects together. Sometimes her inspiration comes from seeing something in a book or something from school or sometimes like with today’s craft, it just comes out of nowhere. We were playing restaurant together when she stopped & very confidently said, “Mama, I want to make a windmill with the spinny thing.” Ok, that sounded like fun.
Teaching your children science doesn’t have to be complicated. Here is a simple experiment that toddlers and preschoolers will love.
Science for kids does not need to be complicated. The simplest of things can be fun & educational. I like doing experiments that require very little set up, clean up & are done with items that are easily accessible. This is about as simple as it gets.