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An easy and colourful science experiment that demonstrates to children how rain is produced.
A fizzling science experience that creates art during a chemical reaction.
Elephant toothpaste erupts a foam that children can create in this experiment that resembles toothpaste being squeezed from a tube.
Invisible Ink is a great science experiment that enables children to create invisible art and make it magically appear using lemon juice!
Dancing corn is a fun sceince experiment to do with toddlers and preschoolers. Watch corn dance with a little kitchen chemistry.
Hot chocolate oobleck is a great sensory experience that children will enjoy playing with.
This silly putty is taste-safe and made from edible ingredients, perfect for young children to engage in sensory experiences.
This psyllium slime recipe is a great non-toxic alternative to borax slime. It is also taste-safe, so it is safe for younger children, or children who tend to put things in their mouths.
This edible foam is a great sensory experience for young children. It gives young children a chance to get messy and it's safe.
This easy chia goop sensory play experience is great for infants and toddlers who like to put everything in their mouths.
Encourages children in sensorial exploration, freedom of movement and artistic expression through animal movements.
Encourages children to develop flexibility and strength.
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