Put out a bag of popped popcorn along with construction paper and art supplies-challenge children to come up with some creative art using the popcorn!
Fill a clear cup 3/4 full with vinegar. Add 1/2 teaspoon baking soda. Drop in a few kernels of un-popped popcorn. Watch as the kernels rise and fall.Popcorn Garlands for birds
If you leave popcorn out for a few days, it will get stale and hold together better when strung. String popcorn with thread and needle. You can also add berries, dried fruits, nuts, and seeds, between the popcorn. Hang the popcorn garlands on tree branches outside for the birds.
Growing Popcorn in a Bag
Instructions: Take a plastic zip-loc baggie, put cotton balls in it and saturate cotton balls with water. Put popcorn kernels into the bag; seal it and tape to a window. Add water as needed and watch the plants grow. Transfer to potting soil later.