пятница, 13 марта 2015 г.

25 Home Science Experiments

25 Home Science Experiments
25 Home Science Experiments

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Learn all about crystallization by making your own geodes.


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2. Toothpaste Eruption


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Have fun with yeast to make this foaming elephant toothpaste.


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3. Dancing Paint


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Create this concoction and watch the power of sound waves make it dance.


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4. Plant Light Maze


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Will the plant find its way to the light?


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5. Shell-less Eggs


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Learn how to make a squishy shell-less egg and experiment with it.


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6. Leaf Colors


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Through this experiment they can learn all about why leaves change colors in autumn.


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7. Density layers


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Layering certain liquids is a great way to teach kids about density.


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8. Dissolution Solutions


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Have the little ones guess what will dissolve in water and what won’t, then experiment to find out.


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9. Un-Poppable Bubbles


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Watch what happens when you try to pop this bubble with a straw.


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10. Wandering Water


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See how water can move from one glass to the other.


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11. Magnetic Magic


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Introduce the young ones to the idea of magnets with pipe cleaners.


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12. Tornado in a Jar


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Make a tornado in a jar and explore how it happens.


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13. Inclined Playin’


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Race marbles down inclined pool noodles to learn about force and motion.


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14. Jellyfishing


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Make a jellyfish in a bottle and figure out how and why jellyfish swim the way they do.


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15. Teabag Candles


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Light a teabag on fire and (carefully!) see what happens.


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16. Color-Changing Celery


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Kids won’t believe what happens when you stick celery stalks in colored water.


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17. Water Beads


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18. The Miracle of Eggs


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What really happens when you walk on a carton of eggs?


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19. Lung Learning


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Learn all about the function of our lungs with this neat soda bottle experiment.


20. Sunscreen Demonstration


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Teach kids about the importance of sunscreen with this fascinating project.


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21. Solidity and Melting


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Play around with the concept of state change with this fun experiment.


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22. DIY Hoverboard


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Experiment with balloons and CDs to try and make them hover.


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23. Make it Rain


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Bring the concept of rain down to earth by making it in a jar.


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24. Mini Rocketships


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How far can you make your bottle rocket go?


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25. Sink or Float


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Put a ketchup packet in a water bottle and watch to see if it floats or sinks. Can a mustard packet do the same?


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Original article and pictures take http://www.babble.com/crafts-activities/25-home-science-experiments/ site


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