What experiment can you do at home?
Here are a few easy ways for you to see science in action.
- Tornado in a bottle. via GIPHY. You can create your own tornado.
- Rainbow in a glass. via GIPHY.
- Gooey slime. via GIPHY.
- Pasta rocket. via GIPHY.
- Homemade lava lamp. via GIPHY.
- Instant ice. via GIPHY.
- Ferromagnetic fluid. via GIPHY.
- Baking soda volcano. via GIPHY.
What are good and easy science fair projects?
SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT IDEAS
- WHAT MILK IS BEST FOR MAGIC MILK EXPERIMENT?
- HOW DOES WATER AFFECT SEED GERMINATION?
- HOW CAN YOU MAKE A LEGO RUBBER BAND CAR TRAVEL FURTHER?
- WHY DO LEAVES CHANGE COLOR IN THE FALL?
- WHY DO SKITTLES DISSOLVE IN WATER?
- WHAT MAKES ICE MELT FASTER?
- WHY DO APPLES TURN BROWN?
How do you make a giant foam explosion?
You only need a few materials to make a foam volcano.
- 1/2 cup of liquid hydrogen peroxide.
- 10 drops of liquid food coloring.
- 1 tablespoon of liquid dish soap.
- 1 packet of dry yeast.
- A 16-ounce plastic soda or water bottle OR a bucket that size.
- A small cup to hold your yeast and at least 3 tablespoons of warm water.
What are some good science projects for kids?
Crystallize your own rock candy. Crystal science experiments teach kids about supersaturated solutions.
What are some cool science experiments for kids?
– Use Science to Make Water Glow! – Make your Own Glow Water Beads! – How to Make Edible Glowing Ice Cubes – How to Make a Customized Lava Lamp
How to make science projects for kids?
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What are some cool science projects?
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