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Lava Jar
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Genie in a bottle

 

Plastic bottle

Food coloring / bio colors

Pearlescent powder (found at craft stores with the soap making supplies)

Water

Glue (hot glue or crazy glue works well)

Or

Duct tape to secure cap

 

 

~~Fill bottle with water

~~Add coloring to desired shade

~~Add 1/2 tsp of pearlescent powder

~~Secure cap with duct tape or glue

 

Optional:

Add a small toy figure to be the genie

 

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Magic Magnet Bottle  

 

Plastic bottle

Rice or small dry pasta
Yarn

Strong magnet
magnet letters, paper clips, etc. (anything that a magnet will attract)

Other small objects or toys

Glue (hot glue or crazy glue works well)

Or

Duct tape to secure cap

 

~~Fill bottle 2/3 full with rice or pasta

~~Add toys and other objects

~~Tie a length of yarn to bottle neck

~~Tie other end of yarn to magnet

~~Secure knots with a drop of glue

~~Secure cap with glue or duct tape

~~Twist and turn bottle to discover what is inside

~~Try to move the objects with the magnet

Unmixable Water
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Glow in the dark bottle

 

Plastic bottle
corn syrup
glow in the dark stars (the hard plastic kind)

 

*Hint

Use glow bracelets, necklaces, or glowsticks

(Paper or stickers do not work)

If the item chosen can not be charged by a light source you may have to replace it after a time.

 

Glue (hot glue or crazy glue works well)

Or

Duct tape to secure cap

 

~~Fill bottle with corn syrup

~~Add glow in the dark stars

~~Secure cap with duct tape or glue

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Magnet Magic Bottle

 

Plastic bottle

Food coloring / bio colors

Water

Magnetic letters, paper clips, etc. (anything that a magnet will attract)

Glue (hot glue or crazy glue works well)

Or

Duct tape to secure cap

Yarn
strong magnet

 

~~Fill bottle with water

~~Add magnetic letters, etc...

~~Tie a length of yarn to bottle neck

~~Tie other end of yarn to magnet

~~Secure knots with a drop of glue

~~Secure cap with glue or duct tape

~~Try to move the objects with the magnet

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Lava bottle

 

6 oz. Corn syrup (clear)

6 oz Water

Food coloring or bio colors

16 oz. plastic bottle          

Glue (hot glue or crazy glue works well)

Or

Duct tape to secure cap

 

~~Mix coloring and water

~~Pour syrup and water into bottle up to rounded part

~~Place glue on threads of cap and tighten

 

*Hint

The empty space allows for the air bubble

 

 

 

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Static magic bottle

 

Plastic bottle

Tissue paper confetti (or cut up into small pieces—try butterfly shapes)

Styrofoam broken up into tiny pieces

Glue (hot glue or crazy glue works well)

Or

Duct tape to secure cap

 

 

 

~~Put tissue paper confetti into bottle

~~Add Styrofoam

~~Secure cap

~~Rub bottle against a carpet, on your head, or wool

~~What happens to the tissue paper?

 

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