We are going to show you how to make a volcano at home using baking soda, food colouring and vinegar.
Floating and sinking is a fun science concept for children to explore. Setting up a floating and sinking learning tray
Experiment to demonstrate the creation of kinetic energy with simple household objects.
This experiment is about surface tension
I learnt about electricity and circuits and then made a motor car.
Shapes with Playdough
In this experiment, we will see the affects of acid rain. For this experiment we need: 1 glass of water,
Walking water experiment demonstrating capillary action
Hydrolic Robotic Arm built by Raiaan Jan which shows how to use liquid to create movement.
This is a video of Arhaan’s science experiment. Mixing vinegar and baking soda creates a chemical reaction, causing the balloon
Ever wondered if the earth’s gravitational force has a greater impact on a heavier object? Are there any forces other
How to inflate balloon using vinegar & baking soda
Watch how water strips away the colors off the M&M candy into a beautiful and colorful design! Easy to do
In this video we will explore the possibility of inflating a balloon using vinegar as acid and baking soda as
Mode of transportation
Hot water is less dense than cold water so it floats.
Kaden learns about evaporation, condensation, and convection currents as he forms a cloud in a jar.