These apple volcanoes combine the classic baking soda and vinegar reaction to…

Apple Volcanoes Science Experiment

"Compare Sports Drinks with the Electrolyte Challenge": in this chemistry project, students use a simple circuit and a homemade sensor to investigate the electrolytes in various sports drinks and juices. Source: Science Buddies, http://www.sciencebuddies.org/blog/2016/01/comparing-sports-drinks-with-electrolyte-challenge.php

"Compare Sports Drinks with the Electrolyte Challenge": in this chemistry project, students use a simple circuit and a homemade sensor to investigate the electrolytes in various sports drinks and juices. Source: Science Buddies, http://www.sciencebuddies.org/blog/2016/01/comparing-sports-drinks-with-electrolyte-challenge.php

Looking for a science experiment that will blow them away? What about separating proteins with Red Bull and milk!

Looking for a science experiment that will blow them away? What about separating proteins with Red Bull and milk!

Making a rain cloud in a jar is a great experiment for kids that teaches them about the weather.  My girls loved the original experiment so much that I sought recreate it with a fun twist.  My girls w

Storm in a Jar Experiment (Growing A Jeweled Rose)

Making a rain cloud in a jar is a great experiment for kids that teaches them about the weather. My girls loved the original experiment so much that I sought recreate it with a fun twist. My girls w

Bring the periodic table to life by creating your own periodic table of elements, using real objects you find in secondhand shops, Wal-Mart, and from broken objects.

Start an Element Collection - How to Find Samples in Everyday Places

Bring the periodic table to life by creating your own periodic table of elements, using real objects you find in secondhand shops, Wal-Mart, and from broken objects.

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