Week 6 Discovery- Playdough, coloured pikelets
,Rainbow paper, shopping and more!
Materials You Need:the water.
rainbow patterns appear. Hold it next to a sunny window for best results.
NOTE: The nail polish will dry quickly on the surface of the water, which will create a film that
won’t stick to the paper. To do this activity successfully you will need to do it quickly. Be sure to
dip the paper into the water within 10-15 seconds after you drop the nail polish in. If the nail polish
does create a dry film on top, simply scoop it off and try again more quickly!
How Does Rainbow Paper Work?
Week 7- Discovery- Balloon blowing,
bottle top art,
Christmas Clay decorations,
Knuckle bones, Elastics and more
Blowing Up Balloons With CO2
Chemical reactions make for some great experiments. Make use of the carbon dioxide given off by a
baking soda and lemon juice reaction by funnelling the gas through a soft drink bottle and in to your