Pepper and Water Trick: Why Does Pepper Scatter?

Or the runaway pepper experiment. Teach kids about surface tension

Here’s another easy kitchen science experiment that you can easily do at home.

The pepper and water trick is a good way to teach kids surface tension. Find out why the pepper “runs” to the sides.

Static Electricity Experiment With Balloons : The Jumping Pepper

All the instructions, results and explanation you need on the static electricity with balloon experiments. Watch the pepper jump!

Have you ever seen pepper dance or jump? Well, this static electricity experiment with balloons will do just that.

We even heard some “hissing” with this experiment. If you listen closely to the video, you will too.

An easy kitchen science experiment the whole family will love.

Science Experiment With Ice And Salt : Lift An Ice Cube With String

The challenge: Can you lift an ice cube with string? Find out here.

You get to lift an ice cube with salt and string with this experiment. It may look like a magic trick. It isn’t. It’s Science in action.

And it’s a very easy one to do. In fact, you don’t need much. If you have an ice cube, string and salt at home, you’re good to go

Best Science Kits For 8-Year-Olds to 10-Year-Olds

Best Science Kits for 8 - 10 years old. From chemistry sets to robot kits.

Now you never have to wonder again what science kit to buy your 8, 9 or 10 year old child. This is the only guide you need to find the best learning toy for any area of interest. Whether your child is interested in robots, chemistry, engineering or electronics, we’ve got just the right toy recommendations.

Making Potato Battery And How It Works

The Classic science experiment of making a potato battery and how this works.

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!)

Cleaning Coins Experiment [Procedure And Explanation]

Cleaning Coins experiment with explanation. Why do pennies get cleaned with a vinegar + salt solution. The science behind it explained.

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.

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