7 ideas for some of the coolest water experiments for kids that anyone can easily recreate at home. Learn all about the properties of water and more.. With some excellent ideas to show osmosis, surface tension and capillary action.
Here’s anexperiment with balloons to explain the Law of Laplace. If you are like most people, you would assume that when a bigger and a smaller balloon are connected by a tube, they will eventually be of the same size. But this myth-busting experiment will show you otherwise.
This underwater candle experiment will blow your mind. Your kids can pretend to have magical powers by keeping a lighted candle burning under water. Of course, there’s a scientific explanation for this.
Get your copper coins clean and shiny using some ingredients from your kitchen cupboard. The step-by-step procedure is very easy to follow. And as a bonus, there is a simple but detailed explanation why you can have shiny new coins in less than an hour.
This is a fun way for kids to learn about potential and kinetic energy. There are several popsicle stick bomb tutorials to choose from. Start with the easiest ones and move on to bigger and better creations.
Have you heard about the amazing bead chain experiment that sent the internet buzzing? This magical chain fountain phenomenon has confused, delighted, and awed people of all ages as the physics behind the beads are discovered and explained.
Making a potato battery is one simple experiment that teaches kids about electricity. Step-by-step instructions and a video on how to make it. Works with lemon too… (or try any other fruit or vegetable you have and see if that works too!)
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