Steve Spangler Science: Ping Pong Popper
Steve Spangler Science

Blast a ball with the powerful pop of the Ping Pong Popper.

Raising Dragons: Magic Paper Experiment
Raising Dragons

For this experiment, ball up some paper and place in a small glass.

Steve Spangler Science: Dry Ice Balloon
Steve Spangler Science

Want to blow up a balloon without wasting all of your breath and energy? Some frozen carbon dioxide might do the trick!

Raising Dragons: Floating Ping Pong Ball
Raising Dragons

For this experiment you will need a hair dryer and a ping pong ball.

Raising da Vinci: 10 Easy No-Prep Science Experiments That Keep Kids Busy
Raising da Vinci

You need very little to do most of these experiments and you probably have almost everything you need for all 10 in your home RIGHT NOW!

Steve Spangler Science: PIng Pong Pressure
Steve Spangler Science

Air moves from high to low pressure, but what about the actual movement of air: wind?

Steve Spangler Science: Separating Egg Whites and Egg Yolks
Steve Spangler Science

A simple and quick method to remove the yolk from the white of an egg for your favorite recipes.

Steve Spangler Science: Water Balloon in a Bottle
Steve Spangler Science

This fun science trick is actually an awesome demonstration of air pressure.

Steve Spangler Science: Soda Can Jump
Steve Spangler Science

The Soda Can Jump introduces the power of air pressure and Bernoulli’s principle

Steve Spangler Science: Windbag, aka "The Bernoulli Bag"
Steve Spangler Science

Differences in air pressure can lift an airplane, raise a table, or fill a bag.

Steve Spangler Science: Burping Bottle
Steve Spangler Science

We’ve all had to belch, before. Did you know that bottles can get a bit gassy, too?

Steve Spangler Science: Why Does Water Rise?
Steve Spangler Science

A candle and some rising colored water reveal a hidden property of air that’s around you all the time.