The newly crowned Miss America 2020, Camille Schrier from Virginia, did a chemistry demonstration for her talent. It was an elaborate version of the classic elephant toothpaste experiment. This was the first time a Miss America participant has ever won with a science experiment for their talent. Unfortunately, I have seen people criticize her talent […]
With just paper, bendy straw, scissors, and tape, you can make a ping-pong ball, styrofoam ball, or foil ball levitate in mid-air! Your kids will love doing this Floating Ball Experiment that demonstrates Bernoulli's Principle
Find out what an underwater volcano eruption may look like through this fun, hands-on experiment! It's a really cool science activity for kids to discover what happens when you mix warm and cold water while learning about volcanoes at the same time.
Learn how to make oobleck with this simple recipe of cornstarch and water! Oobleck is SO FUN to play with and it's a great science experiment for kids involving non-Newtonian fluids and viscosity. Oobleck Recipe Have you ever heard of oobleck?! This substance gets its name from a Dr. Seuss book, Bartholomew and the Oobleck. In the book, Bartholomew has to rescue his kingdom from a sticky green substance that falls from the sky. You can make oobleck with only 2 pantry ingredients: water and…