Simple science experiments using kitchen and pantry items are fun to do and a great way to help your kids learn. Get them into the kitchen, follow these simple steps and watch the bouncing raisins go up and down, up and down.
You know the phrase "walking on eggshells"? Well this fun science experiment for kids totally debunks the idea that eggs are fragile. Did you know you can stand on eggs and they won't break? But read the instructions carefully or you will end up with an egg mess!
Inflate a balloon with simple vinegar and baking soda and amaze your friends and family with this fun and easy kids' science experiment. The balloon fizz-inflator is a great science project to teach kids about carbon dioxide. Watch our video to show you how to do it.
Impress your kids with this fantastically icky snot recipe activity. Snot recipe is a fun way to get kids learning about science through art and craft and making their own kitchen creations. Kids art and craft has never been this fun, so grab your ingredients and get mixing!
Do your kids dream of creating a wizards invisibility cloak? Well with this light bending kids science experiment they will discover one of the elements that go into the science behind Harry;s cloak: Its called refraction! Enjoy this science project experiment with your kids today.
Explore the wonders of how nature works with wave in a bottle, a fun science experiment and learning game. Kids will discover how and why water behaves and will be amazed at the power of the natural world. Kick start a possible love of science with this project today.
Create your own tiny speedboats with this zippy kids science experiment! This is a quick and easy science project that will have your kids amazed at how simple household items can be used to learn about science. So rev up the matchsticks and get skidding today.
Ever tried to explain quicksand to your kids? Do they notice that when you add honey to a drink, it sinks to the bottom of the glass? Why not share this easy kids science experiment about density with them and create three layers of separating liquids!