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These containers are not just for fruits, vegetables, or cookie mixes anymore. You can now homeschool with Mason jars. Read more here.
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Thanks Dana for commenting and sharing! I also like the fact projects using mason jars are easy to clean up. :)
Thanks so mcuh for your great ideas! I really like the terrarium idea. We have done something similar when I want to show my preschoolers the parts of the plant. We moisten a paper towel and insert a seed (peas work good) so you can see it between the side of the jar and the moist paper towel. Then, just keep the towel moist and watch as the seed puts out roots and a shoot. My boys liked it because the seed changed every day and they didn't have to wait very long. Another favorite of ours is filling a jar 3/4 full of water and the remaining 1/4 with cooking oil. Then place drops of food coloring in. It takes a few minutes for the color to break through into the water, but it is captivating. Try experimenting with color combinations, and using hot or cold water. lots of fun, easy clean up, and a good fit for short attention spans.
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