Why are some pennies shiny and others dark and dull? Find out with this cleaning copper coins experiment, which transforms dark pennies to bright ones.
For this activity your child will use the ready made glycerin base to create elegant rose petal hand soaps.
This activity is a great introduction to polymer chemistry. It might seem complicated, but all you'll need is the material found inside of a baby's diaper!
This soap making activity shows how to tackle the grime and teaches some interesting facts about soap and a unique plant called the loofah.
Show your child how to concoct a simple duo of household ingredients that changes color as acids and bases are added!
Take the plunge into handcrafting with this neat and tidy soap recipe. Here's how to create your own personalized soap.
Show your teen how to make her own beeswax lip balm. It's one of the simplest do-it-yourself activities, and it's fun to make!
Have you or your child ever heard that nursery rhyme and wondered just what curds and whey are anyway? Do this simple experiment together to find out!
Future whistleblowers can learn about product safety standards with this exercise in writing and researching.
Teach your teen how chromatography works with this fun forensic science activity. Here's how:
Set your teen on the beat in a real world "crime scene" investigation. Can he tell whose fingerprints are on a drinking glass?