Science Ocean Bottle Children or Kid Activity | Cullen’s Abc’s

Hithere! You can find lots of ideas for things to do with children and kids over at www.youtube.com This is an easy science activity that you and your child can do with a clear plastic bottle, water, baby oil and food coloring. You can even add other things to your ocean like sand, wood, little rubber fish, whatever you want! Activities are fun for you and your child to do around your home … try incorporating themes! You can view many activity videos or post your own ideas on Cullen’s Show & Tell group at youtube.com For free ideas to support your child’s development at home, free patterns and a short overview video of Cullen’s abc’s go here: www.cullensabcs.com

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13 Responses to “Science Ocean Bottle Children or Kid Activity | Cullen’s Abc’s”

  • CaroBoston:

    My daughter loved it!!!

  • Cullensabcs:

    I am SO glad! I did it in my classroom as well and loved it too!

  • purgirl:

    Hello Cullen,
    Love the idea, I was wondering if we can substitute baby oil for something else.

  • Cullensabcs:

    I am sure that you could…you could try another kind of oil. If you do let me know how it goes.
    Cullen 🙂

  • Jamed777:

    my husband loved it

  • wonderfulorious:

    vegetable oil

  • wonderfulorious:

    just a few drops are beautiful.

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  • drakish:

    Thank you so much for the wonderful idea! I used vegetable oil and it looked like as if there are glitters in it when mixed with the food colouring. I myself am amazed with it! hehe! thank you!

  • icechantix:

    can i use cooking oil???

  • 20jorgeposada:

    this was so cool i did it with my 5 yr. old neice she was so amazed!! Thank you so much Cullen 🙂

  • jaqzzzz:

    Cool/thx

    “There are two ways of living, one is notning is a miracle, Second is everything is a miracle, I believe in the latter.”— Albert Einstein

  • MegaNannerpuss:

    thanks

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