Can pennies float? Take a glass of water, a penny, and a stiff card and find out!
Make a ghost out of a glove and a few other household items to freak out your friends.
You don’t have to use lots of different chemicals to make a colorful density column.
Straight from the NYC homelab – WASH YOUR HANDS! is a one minute science experiment where Zoe demonstrates the power of, you guessed it, SOAP!
In this Mystery, students investigate what it takes to make a stationary object’s shadow move.
Test Newton’s third law of motion with this easy-to-build, backyard-friendly water rocket.
You don’t need special equipment or a PhD to get kids excited about science. These easy science experiments are a snap to pull together, using household items you already have on hand.