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Cork Board Ideas - Cork boards are one of one of the most useful items you can purchase for your home or office.

Space Printables Pack: 75 space-themed worksheets and activities for kids ages 2-7. I love this resource for doing a space unit with kids! || Gift of Curiosity

Space Printables Pack: 75 space-themed worksheets and activities for kids ages I love this resource for doing a space unit with kids!

Of all the simple science projects we've made, we absolutely love this one using salt to cover feathers with crystals. So pretty for any time of year!

Simple and beautiful science project: salt crystal feathers! A great way to explore crystallization!

You can make the color dance in this fun science experiment for kids!

A spectacular candy experiment to illustrate the scientific process of discovery.

Cool science experiment idea for kids: jellyfish in a bottle

Cool science experiment idea for kids: Jellyfish in a bottle

Fun Science Experiment ... explore acids & solubility with this fab experiment to dissolve shells ... NO not that one :-)

This is super fun science experiment that makes shells disappear in vinegar. And in doing so, very visually introduces kids to acids, solutions, minerals and the strange ways substances react…

Make an easy DIY seashell necklace for your little mermaid - this easy jewelry making craft for kids is also a perfect summer camp activity for tweens and teens! It's made from air dry clay and a super cool glaze, with instructions for adding different te

try with Sculpey clay & real shells . should be ok to bake W

Seahorse pattern

Seahorse Card–odd I know.

Seashell Stamped Pillow (Tutorial) via www.TheKimSixFix.com

Seashell Stamped Pillow Tutorial - This looks like an easy craft project that could be done with older kids. Potential gift idea too!

Crystal Seashells Borax Crystal Growing Science Experiment

This season try a crystal seashells borax crystal growing science experiment! A fun chemistry experiment and science craft in one. Summer science for kids!