28Dec
2017
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Lemon volcano

Lemon volcano

The lemon volcano project is a fun bubbly and aromatic science project using kitchen ingredients that’s ideal for kids of any age to try. Like a magician you will turn a lemon into a volcano and watch it erupt. Children will learn what happens when you mix an acid (lemon) with a base (baking soda). […]

01Dec
2017
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Naked bouncy egg

How to make a naked bouncy egg?

How to make a naked bouncy egg? A naked egg is an egg that has no shell. This is an incredible science experiment every kid should try! You need: vinegar, a glass and a raw egg. What to do: Carefully place the egg in a glass and fill the glass with vinegar so that the […]

24Nov
2017
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M&Ms rainbow

M&Ms rainbow

M&Ms rainbow on your plate! This is a fun and easy STEM experiment to teach children about mixing colors and creating new colors. This simple science experiment requires very little preparation and a few common household supplies. You need: a handful of M&Ms, plate, water. What to do: Arrange the M&M’s in a circle near […]

08Oct
2017
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Carrot project

The carrot project

The carrot project: easy and inexpensive way to grow the carrots tops. This project provides children with a basic form of responsibility to look after, observation skills and a plant care. Growing your own vegetables is a wonderful way to teach your kids about the health benefits of edible plants and fruits. Carrots are so […]

05Oct
2017
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The starch test

The starch test

Test for the presence of starch using iodine. You need: antiseptic solution containing iodine (we used Betadine Antiseptic Liquid), potato starch, a potato. What to do: Add some water to the starch and mix thoroughly. Add a few drops of iodine and see how the solution turns to purple. Slice the potato and put a […]

27Sep
2017
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Fruits and vegetables dehydration

Experimental study of fruits and vegetables dehydration. Dehydrated fruits and vegetables are tasty and healthy snacks, which makes this STEM project enjoyable. Children will learn and explore interesting scientific concepts about water content in fruits and vegetables. Some fruit and vegetables that we eat contain lots of moisture, and some have less than others. Before […]

02Sep
2017
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Sink or float?

Sink or float?

Sink or Float? Drop an orange in a bowl full of water. Does the orange float or sink? Seems like an easy one doesn’t it? But is it? This experiment is ridiculously easy to set up. You need: an orange, a deep bowl, and water. Fill the bowl, drop the orange in and watch what […]

22Aug
2017
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Walking water experiment

The walking water experiment

The walking water experiment is super easy to set up and will wow your kids! Let them watch the colored water walk along paper towels and fill an empty glass. It’s very cool! You need: 6 glasses or jars, paper towels, food dye or liquid water primary colors (red, yellow, and blue). What to do: […]

12Aug
2017
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Colorful milk swirl

Colorful milk swirl

“Colorful milk swirl” is the amazing classic science experiment that teaches us about surface tension. You need: milk, food colors, drop of liquid soap and a bowl. What to do: First, pour the milk into the bowl. Place one drop of each of your colors into the milk, keep the drops close together. Add a […]

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