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When you mix vinegar and baking soda you create a chemical reaction. Today we are going to observe this chemical reaction in our Magic Balloon experiment. 

Magic Balloon


Magic Balloon When you mix vinegar and baking soda you create a chemical reaction. Today we are going to observe this chemical reaction in our Magic Balloon experiment. Did you see the video? What you will need: Small water or juice bottle (empty and cleaned out, the top should be small enough to stretch the open of a balloon over…

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Explore Surface Tension in another simple and fun science experiment for kids, called Super Soapy Boat

Super Soapy Boat


Super Soapy Boat This week we are sharing with you another super easy experiment, called Super Soapy Boat. This is a fun and simple experiment that will further your exploration with surface tension. With an index card, you make a boat that will zoom across the water, and all you will have to do is squeeze a drop or two of…

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My kids love playing with slime! But before they played with slime we played with GOO also known as Oobleck.

Goo


Goo My kids love playing with slime! But before they played with slime we played with GOO also known as Oobleck. The great thing about goo is that we learned so much about non-Newtonian fluids. Goo is a suspension of cornstarch and water that can behave like a solid or a liquid depending on how much pressure you apply. Materials…

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Simple Science Experiment for Kids- Invisible Skin

Invisible Skin


  Invisible Skin Have you ever wondered how polar bears are able to survive when they are swimming in the freezing cold waters of the Arctic? We are going to explore the simple fact that water and oil do not mix in a fun and easy science experiment called invisible skin. Check it out in action!   What you will…

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Simple Science Experiment for Kids- Freeze and Frost

Freeze and Frost


Freeze and Frost Isabella has been super obsessed with Frozen lately so this experiment was a little bit extra fun for her because she could pretend she had magic ice powers like Elsa.  Really she learned about freeze and frost by making some frost using ice cubes, salt, and a recycled metal coffee can! As Isabella says in her video,…

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Simple Science Experiment for Kids- String of Spikes

String of Spikes


String of Spikes We are taking osmosis one step further in our String of Spikes experiment. Do you remember our last experiment called Growing A Gummy Bear? If you participated in that experiment then you know that osmosis is the way that water tends to move from “wetter” places into “drier” places. Now we’ll see what happens when the water…

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Simple Science Experiment for Kids- Growing a gummy bear

Growing A Gummy Bear


Growing A Gummy Bear The kids love questioning why things occur I have found that letting them experiment with their question is a great way for them to have fun and answer their questions. This week’s science experiment we will be growing a gummy bear. It is a simple and fun way to learn about the process of osmosis. Let’s get…

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Simple Science Experiment for Kids- Coloring Celery

Coloring Celery


Coloring Celery Science is such a fun and exciting adventure that helps us answer questions about the world around us. Have you ever wondered how nutrients enter our food? Have you ever wondered how the soil and water actually help plants grow? Well if you have this science experiment will help you understand just that. Let’s get started Coloring Celery.…

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