Fun & Easy Science for Kids

Magnetic Slime

(Chemistry for ages 5+)  

Magnetic Slime

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Water Density vs Temperature

(Chemistry for ages 8+)   Have you ever wondered how a hot air balloon works? What makes it rise up in the air? The science behind it...

Water Density vs Temperature

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Does Ice Melt Faster in Freshwater or Saltwater?

Have you ever had a drink with ice in it? You’ve probably noticed that the ice melts slowly and keeps your drink nice and cold for a long time....

Does Ice Melt Faster in Freshwater or Saltwater?

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Moving Water Molecules

(Chemistry for ages 5+) Did you know that liquids are actually moving all the time, even if they look still? Water, for example, is...

Moving Water Molecules

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Heat and Colors Experiment

(Physics for ages 5+) Have you ever noticed that you get hotter when you wear dark-colored clothes on a sunny day compared to when...

Heat and Colors Experiment

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Grow Bacteria from Items in Your Home

(Biology for ages 8+) Do you wash your hands after using the bathroom or before eating? Have you ever helped your parents clean the...

Grow Bacteria from Items in Your Home

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Oil Spill Clean-Up Experiment

(Earth science for ages 10+) One of the primary sources of energy in the world is oil. It is used to power vehicles, to heat houses...

Oil Spill Clean-Up Experiment

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Walking Water Activity – Chemistry Experiment for Kids

(Chemistry for ages 5+) Water is necessary for the existence all of life on

Walking Water Activity – Chemistry Experiment...

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Making Food Batteries (Physics for ages 7+)

Imagine this: it’s a stormy night and the power goes out. You’re out of back-up candles and you can’t find any of your flashlights. What items in...

Making Food Batteries (Physics for ages 7+)

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Nuclear Fission Demonstration

Have you ever heard of nuclear fission? It’s what happens when atoms (tiny units of matter) are split into smaller pieces. Most

Nuclear Fission Demonstration

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Paper Chromatography (Chemistry for ages 5+)

Have you ever mixed together different paint colors and gotten a new color, like mixing red and blue to get purple, or mixing yellow and red to get...

Paper Chromatography (Chemistry for ages 5+)

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Have some fun with color-changing slime!

You can’t really go wrong with some good slime, but you can make it better! The video above shows a simple method of making thermochromic...

Have some fun with color-changing slime!

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Penny Chemistry

Have you ever seen the Statue of Liberty? It’s a pretty iconic statue in the United States that was given to the country by the people of France in...

Penny Chemistry

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Make a Homemade Thermometer

Are you looking for a quick and fun activity that also teaches you something about chemistry? Well, here it is! The video above demonstrates how to make...

Make a Homemade Thermometer

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