This fun and easy kitchen experiment using just vinegar dissolves eggshells and teaches kids about permeable membranes and liquid density. Kids love this experiment because it's extra wiggly and weird!
Easily make putty that moves at your command, while the kids learn about how magnets attract particles of iron. This super cool experiment for kids at home is fun and easy, but unless you happen to have powdered iron lying around, you will probably have to order some (inexpensive) supplies. We've included links for exactly where to buy so you can get started.
Everyone knows raisins can’t dance. Or can they? Try this fun and easy experiment to find out how carbonation can give these little raisins a pep in their step. Then turn on some music and have a dance party to see if you can get them to rise and fall with the beat!
Light is made up of a spectrum of wavelengths, each with a different color. It’s easy and fun to separate them and create a rainbow using a few easy-to-find materials that you already have around the house.
Our everyday world is full of sounds. But have you ever stopped to think about what sound actually is? Sound waves travel pretty quickly, but sound can only travel to our ears if it has something to travel through, such as air, water, or other materials. Experiment with sound by making it travel through water in your own musical jars.
Is it a trick? No, it's science! If you have a zipper-lock bag and some pencils, then you can wow your kids with the science of polymers—and send them out to wow the neighborhood kids and teach them a thing or two by making a leak-proof bag!
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