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How to Make a Cloud in a Jar

Looking for a fun, free, educational science experiment to do with the kids? Why not make a cloud in a jar!!! It is a great way to teach kids about weather and have fun in the process. It is super simple, doesn’t take a lot of prep time and is sure to be a hit! Make sure to pin this on your science board for those moments you need a little extra inspiration!

how to make a tornado in a jar with this fun science experiment for kids, perfect for homeschooling science! An engaging educational project that will be done with no mess or fuss in 5 minutes! Check it out!

How to Make a Cloud in Jar

Before you start, you’ll need to gather a jar with a lid, hairspray, some ice cubes and some boiling water (pre-boil the water so you aren’t waiting). The video *should* mostly explain it all. This was one of our favorite science experiments (and mommy’s favorite because it didn’t make a huge mess).

If you do this experiment, I want to know! Post a pic on my Facebook page or post one to Instagram and tag me @HipHomeschooling so I can find you!I would love to see your cloud creations!


    • Thanks Kristie! Instagram is one of my favorite networks! So fun! NO ALGORITHMS 😉 Thanks for linking up! Can’t wait to check out your post!

  1. I love your site and this is such a great linkup! I added two and will figure out how to add the buttons as well. We are fairly new to blogging, but love to finally find similar bloggers in our niche who are helping kids with education. If there is ever anything we can do to help, just let us know! Hope to get to know you better soon!

    • Awesome, thanks for linking up and taking the time to comment! Can’t wait to check out your posts and blog! Let’s connect on Facebook too! I’ll come like your page 🙂 Are you on periscope? It’s the new thing 😉

  2. I can’t find the tornado in the jar. The cloud is awesome, but it would be amaZing to see the tornado.

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