A fun experiment that shows the physical effects of hot air movement and convection currents.
This is one of our favourite science experiments that easily explains condensation and cloud formation. Plus, it's super fun to watch!
Make your own lava lamp at home with this simple to do fireworks in a bottle experiment.
Want to know what happens when you microwave soap? Find out in this science experiment.
This science activity feels a bit magical, don't you think? But there is a science explanation behind it all. Discover the magic of polymers here.
If you've always wanted to try the elephant toothpaste experiment but didn't want to use hydrogen peroxide, here's a kid-friendly alternative which uses baking soda, citric acid and milk.
Here's an easy base + acid science experiment you can do at home. The raisins look like they are bouncing because the carbon dioxide bubbles produced by the chemical reaction which lifts and drops the raisins.
Here's an easy activity that uses science for candy making. Rock candies are formed by crystallizing sugar. Here's how to do it
This is a surprisingly fun science and art activity: Magic Milk! Kids of all ages will enjoy watching those colours dance.
Here's a science experiment kids can do at home to create their own flowers out of paper towel. It's a great way to explore science concepts such as chromatography and capilliary action.