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National Geographic Kids: Try This! - Floating Penny
National Geographic Kids

Can pennies float? Take a glass of water, a penny, and a stiff card and find out!

National Geographic Kids: Try This! - Ghost Glove
National Geographic Kids

Make a ghost out of a glove and a few other household items to freak out your friends.

ThoughtCo: How To Make a Rainbow in a Glass
ThoughtCo

You don’t have to use lots of different chemicals to make a colorful density column.

Cabin Fever Science: Static Electricity
Cabin Fever Science

Straight from the homelab – It’s time to experiment with Static Electricity!

Cabin Fever Science: Edible Snot
Cabin Fever Science

Straight from the quarantine home lab – Zoe and the Cabin Fever Science crew teach you how to make edible snot using things you already have around the house.

Cabin Fever Science: Lava Lamp!
Cabin Fever Science

Straight from the homelab – LAVA LAMP!

Cabin Fever Science: Ice Cream!
Cabin Fever Science

Science can be so many things! Try the tastiest science experiment ever!

Cabin Fever Science: Exploding Bag!
Cabin Fever Science

Did you know that you can make a plastic bag EXPLODE mixing simple things that you already have in your house?!

Cabin Fever Science: Wash Your Hands!
Cabin Fever Science

Straight from the NYC homelab – WASH YOUR HANDS! is a one minute science experiment where Zoe demonstrates the power of, you guessed it, SOAP!

Mystery Science: Could a Statue's Shadow Move?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students investigate what it takes to make a stationary object’s shadow move.

Popular Mechanics: Build This Backyard Water Rocket
Popular Mechanics

Test Newton’s third law of motion with this easy-to-build, backyard-friendly water rocket.

We Are Teachers: 50 Easy Science Experiments Kids Can Do At Home
We Are Teachers

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.

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