Discovery Bottles - Discovery bottles encourage the development of observation skills, predictability, scientific concepts, and thinking skills. Once made and placed in plastic carrying bins, they make a great center activity that is inexpensive, and fun!
Discovery Bottles II - Discovery Bottles Objective: to develop children's observation skills, predictability, scientific concepts, and thinking skills.
Crazy Putty - Glue plus borax and a few basic ingredients equals a whole lot of squishy fun with this crazy putty experiment.
Gravity Free Water - Turning a glass of water upside down doesn't always have to involve someone getting wet.
Build A Hovercraft You Can Ride! - Hovercrafts are lots of fun, and a great way to demonstrate the power of moving air. Here are the instructions to build a hovercraft of your own that you can ride on.
Eggshell Geode Crystals - This project nicely demonstrates how real-life geodes are formed in igneous and sedimentary rock.
A Density Experiment You Can Drink! - Density is a fascinating and sometimes tricky idea to understand. This Drink of Density will help bring home the idea of density in liquids, not to mention it looks cool when your all done, it's tasty, and it's even good for you - what more could you ask for in a science activity!
Which Popcorn Kernels Pop Better? - We all have our favorites when it comes to popcorn; now it's time to decide which popcorn kernels pop better - yellow or white? Prepare your "science lab" and get started on this delicious science experiment.
Which Paper Towel is the most Absorbent? - The humble paper towel is an indispensable part of every household; what would we do without it? Here's a cool science experiment that tries to identify the brand that absorbs the most water. Are you up to it?
Cleaning with Lemons - Lemon is a popular cleanser and is found as an ingredient in many commercial bleaches and cleaning agents. But how effective is it really? Try this easy and simple science experiment and see for yourself.