Kids love creating reactions with easy science experiments. Why not make your own cloud using these easy instructions. This how-to video shows you how to make a cloud. It's a great kids activity.
What you need:
1 x glass jar with lid
50ml boiled water from the kettle
aerosol can (eg. hairspray)
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