You need very little to do most of these experiments, they are easy, and fun to do with kids!
Density differences are revealed in a colorful stack of sugar-water samples.
Which of your favorite sodas will sink, and which carbonated beverages will swim? It’s density at its finest!
Eggs sink in regular tap water, but creating a saltwater solution… that’s an egg-citingly different story.
We’ve all had to belch, before. Did you know that bottles can get a bit gassy, too?
Oil and water just don’t mix but they do provide for some amazing hands-on science.
Use your knowledge of density to create a colorful rainbow inside of a drinking straw
Density differences cause objects to “float” in liquids that are already stacked on top of each other.
Anyone can stack blocks, boxes, or books, but only those with a steady hand and a little understanding of chemistry can stack liquids.
Let your mind latch onto science and fun with this fun game that teaches properties of air and water.
Wiggling and jiggling noodles can teach valuable lessons about density.