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Simple Science Experiments Elephant Toothpaste

Elephant Toothpaste


Elephant Toothpaste Looking for a fun an easy experiment that will excite your kids? Explore an exothermic reaction in elephant toothpaste. As always make sure your child has adult supervision with this and all of our experiments. What You will need: Plastic tablecloth and/or container, Safety glasses, Rubber gloves, 40- volume hydrogen peroxide, 1-liter soda bottle, dish soap, food coloring, dry…

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Investigating Suspension with Borax Crystals

Borax Crystals


Borax Crystals This week we are thrilled to share this experiment with you, we will be investigating suspension with Borax. We will be creating a Borax Crystal Ornament. It can be altered to decorate for any time of the year, we did this experiment right before Easter and made a cute little Easter egg.  But since Fall is coming it…

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We are conducting the rotting apple experiment and exploring the world of DECAY and how decay changes when it is exposed to different environments.

Rotting Apple


The Rotting Apple Experiment Today we are conducting the rotting apple experiment and exploring the world of DECAY and how decay changes when it is exposed to different environments. Why does food decay? Have you ever noticed that if you leave a piece of fruit, such as an apple for too long it starts to “go bad”, or decay? Well…

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Learning about density with this fun and easy experiment called the Rainbow Jar experiment. With a few simple ingredients that you probably have around your house, you can witness the magic of density.

The Rainbow Jar Experiment


i Rainbow Jar Today we will be learning about density with this fun and easy experiment called the Rainbow Jar experiment. With a few simple ingredients that you probably have around your house, you can witness the magic of density. How it works: This experiment explores density, density is the mass of a unit of volume in a material substance.…

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Explore how air's temperature makes things move in this simple and fun experiment for kids, clicking quarter.

Clicking Quarter


Clicking Quarter Explore how air’s temperature makes things move in this simple and fun experiment for kids, clicking quarter. First, you must know that when air gets warmer, it expands (grows bigger) to fill more space. Let’s get started. Check it out in action:   What you will need: Quarter Freezer Water Plastic Bottle Journal Pens     Result Timing: 12…

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Look at the science behind a Groovy Lava Lamp and create our own! Kids will love this super simple science experiment.

Groovy Lava Lamp


Groovy Lava Lamp Have you ever seen a Lava Lamp? A lava lamp is usually a fairly large lamp that is full of colorful blobs of liquid that float from one side to the other as the lamp container is warmed up by a light bulb. Lava lamps could be so much fun and so beautiful to watch. They are…

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Explore surface tension and how molecules work in Crashing Colors, another simple and fun experiment for kids. This experiment is aka Magic Milk.

Crashing Colors


Crashing Colors This week we experiment with color!  We are doing such a FUN experiment. It is called crashing colors. We bet you already know that some colors are known as primary colors (meaning first or most important). These colors are red, blue and yellow. When combined (mixed together) they make other colors. Do you know any colors that are…

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