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Science & Sensory: Colors > Blue

Make cyclones added 7-25-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: 2 - 2litre pop bottles, water, blue food coloring, blue glitter 

Directions: Fill one bottle 3/4 with water and add blue food coloring and blue glitter
place the other bottle directly on top of it (no caps) and tape VERY well - I use the
clear packing tape several times. Lift the bottle so the water is on the top and give it a swirl as you do the water in the bottle will create a whirlpool as it flows to the lower bottle.


Exploring Blue added 7-25-00 Original Author Unknown

Need: blue food coloring, clear glass of water

Directions:
Tell the children that you are going to put some food coloring drops into the glass of water.  Discuss what they think will happen.  Drop several drops of the coloring into the glass  (have the children count the drops as you add them).  Let the children watch what happens to the water.  Talk about what is happening.  Add several more drops, what is happening now?  Repeat several more times, talking about the change each time.

Variation:

Have several glasses of clear water.  Put 2 drops of coloring into the first glass.  Put 4 drops into second glass and 6 drops into the third glass.  Each time ask the children to predict what will happen and compare results.  Note the differences and similarities between the glasses.


 

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