I am not incredibly crafty, although I enjoy breaking the paper Valentine mold each year and finding something new and different. This year, my second grader and I are breaking out and making Valentines with test tubes. They are super easy, super fun and super unique. What could be better than a little love, a little science and an activity all wrapped up into one?
Valentines stickers, ribbon or anything you want to use for decoration on the outside.
Experiment print out
Start out filling the test tubes with Valentines candy. Add the stickers to the outside of the tube to include to and from. Then choose an experiment to include with the test tube. It can be something really simple or something a little more advanced. You can even mix up the experiments and share several. I have included a few test tube experiments that you can add inside the test tube…
When my oldest was in first grade, we made similar Scientific Test Tubes for her class. They were a huge hit, but I quickly learned that including Fizzy Tablets in a Valentine when kids expect candy wasn’t the best idea. (You can include them with the bubbling blobs experiment) If you put together Test Tube Valentines, make sure they are age-appropriate.
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