Science Moment for Kids
Simple and easy science experiments to sparkle the kid's interest, creativity and innovation.
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Do you know why when the fish was added some washing soap, it moves? Check out the link to find out more about this project for kids
Do you know why the color is changed and the water falls down completely the second time?
Fun science experiments! This is a classic skittles science experiment that everyone has to try once! This is a great idea for a skittles science fair project!
If you have ever wanted to make something vanish as if by magic, all you need is acetone and Styrofoam. While Styrofoam does not decompose quickly or easily, acetone makes it seem to disappear in seconds. This is because acetone is a solvent that breaks down Styrofoam.
Scientists have discovered how to make a magnet out of a liquid, by suspending iron oxide particles in a mixture of oil and water.
This leak proof bag science experiment is sure to WOW your kids! All you need is two household supplies and you can do this water experiment with your kids too.
This Water Refraction is a very easy science activity for kids to do at home and at school with household materials. Draw your own creative pattern and put it in front of a glass of water to have its reversed picture. #physicexperiments #scienceprojects #physic #lightiluusion #refraction
Give you a burning heart, science experiments for kids. #love #heart #physic
Hot ice! (Combine baking soda and vinegar to make hot ice) It crystalizes instantly when you pour it, allowing you to create a tower of crystals. Since the process of crystallization is exothermic, the “ice” that forms will be hot to the touch. #hotice #parenting #scineceexperiment #physics #stem