Simple St. Patrick’s Day Science for Kids
Yep, everything around here is still all rainbows and shamrocks in anticipation of St. Patrick’s Day. Even our daisies are slowly turning green in celebration. We just added green food coloring to their water for a simple science experiment. The change is slow going (maybe I needed more food coloring or should’ve used watercolors like The Artful Parent did?), but that makes it fun for the kids to assess the transformation each day.
More St. Patrick’s Day Ideas from B-Inspired Mama:
Do you do any simple science experiments with your kids? Have you ever changed a flower’s color? Do you do any fun St. Patrick’s Day activities? Share in the comments below!
Fab idea Krissy! My kids would get a kick out of watching the flower turn green. I’ll be featuring your post as part of my St Patricks Day Activities for Kids roundup from the Weekly Kids’ Co-op. Thanks for sharing. xoxo P
My Life as Mommy says
Very cute idea!
maryanne @ mama smiles says
Very cool – love the idea of doing it for St. Patrick's Day!
Thanks for linking up to Learning Laboratory at Mama Smiles =)
Krissy Sherman Bonning says
You're welcome, Maryanne. I'm always happy to visit you and link up at Mama Smiles!