Learn about force, weight and mass, gravity, laws of motion, pressure, friction, and more.
f a cork falls into the bottom of a wine bottle (accidentally or on purpose), how can you get it out without ruining the cork, the bottle, or both?
Use stacked coins as an immaculate kids’ science demonstration in inertia, friction, and movement.
You reveal the inertia portion of Newton’s First Law of Motion with paper money, a few coins, and two soda bottles.
Yanking a tablecloth out from under food and dishes is easy… if you listen to Sir Isaac Newton.
he science of static electricity and friction makes this matchstick rotate.
Here’s a miniature, homemade version of a hovercraft that rides on a very thin cushion of air.
Investigate these mysterious bottles of rice.
Blast a ball with the powerful pop of the Ping Pong Popper.
Friction makes two notebooks, intertwined by their pages, impossible to pull apart!
How do ice skaters control the speed of their spin?
The secret to finding the cereal box toy