Science Lab -- For both Children
Amaze your kids by separating a salt and pepper mixture using an "electric spoon" charged with wool.
Here's a fun activity to reinforce the physics concept of stored energy for your middle schooler.
Think you can blow up a balloon without using your mouth? This isn't just a cool trick, it's also a great introductory lesson in chemistry and biology.
Help your child understand surface tension by showing her how she can create a "skin" on top of water.
Wondering how we know that air is there? Here's a quick and easy experiment that proves that air may be thin, but it's not too wimpy to block your shot!
Have your child try this classic and entertaining activity that demonstrates circular motion using a bucket and rope. Careful, you may get soaked.
This bread mold experiment will help your child learn about mold, while developing important hypothesis-making and experiment-designing skills.
Teach your 5th grader valuable science skills and the importance of fresh water to our survival with this fun and informative activity!
Try this chemistry experiment with your fourth grader and get some "shocking" results!
Using simple materials found around your home, you can reinforce the static electricity concept by helping your child build a simple device with zapping power!
Show your middle schooler how a quick whirl of spinach in the blender will reveal the cobwebby "stuff"--or DNA--of life!