Blog

Vortex Cannon – Kids Experiment21/10/2021

Using the power of air molecules, it’s possible to make a mini cannon capable of forcing out air at high pressures. Better yet, it’s possible to make this using common household objects! This is the Vortex Cannon experiment and is a bunch of fun to craft, use and learn about. All you need is the […]

Read More >

Water Xylophone – Kids Experiment14/10/2021

Last week we learned how to make plastic out of milk – and it wasn’t easy! But this time around we’ve got a very simple experiment on how to make music out of water. This is the Water Xylophone experiment, a very fun and creative way to learn about sound using the following common household […]

Read More >

Plastic Milk – Kids Experiment07/10/2021

Being a liquid made from animals and also a few plants, milk has some strange properties. For instance, there’s actually a way you can turn milk into plastic and in this experiment, we’re going to explore how! This is the Plastic Milk experiment, a fun and creative project for kids to try at home with […]

Read More >

Fireproof Balloon – Kids Experiment24/09/2021

It’s about time we introduced fire into a few of these experiments! Which of course means (before any red flags are raised), an adult helper will is highly recommended this time around. This is the ‘Fireproof Balloon’ experiment and only requires 3 things to work: You will need: Water A balloon A lighter of any […]

Read More >

Light Refraction – Kids Experiment21/09/2021

Light can act in peculiar ways in certain circumstances and can at times, twist our vision. There’s a lot of different “illusions” that can be caused by light manipulation and today we’re going to explore a simple example of this. This is the Light Refraction experiment, a very easy to do activity that can be […]

Read More >

Self-Crushing Can – Kids Experiment16/09/2021

It’s easy enough to crumple a can using nothing more than your hands, but how do you crush a can without applying your own force to it? This is the ‘Self-Crushing Can’ experiment, it’s a bunch of fun to do and will only require very simple household objects as well as an adult helper. So, […]

Read More >

Skydiving Eggs – Kids Experiment08/09/2021

How do helmets protect our heads from injury? Why does landing on a cushion soften our fall? Today we’re going to go over a fun and exciting experiment involving eggs diving off a platform. This is the ‘Skydiving Eggs’ experiment and is a fun kids activity to try at home. For this experiment, you will […]

Read More >

Anti-Gravity Water – Kids Experiment02/09/2021

Nothing is as exciting in the world of physics than making something defy the laws of gravity. In this experiment, we’re going to find a way to make water stay in a glass that’s been turned upside-down and lifted up. This is the ‘Anti-Gravity Water’ experiment, in which you’ll need the following things: You will […]

Read More >

Turbo Toothpick – Kids Experiment22/08/2021

What happens when you apply shampoo to a toothpick in a pool of water? We’re back with another chemistry Science lesson that will teach your kids at home about Surface Tension! This is the ‘Turbo Toothpick’ experiment, a very simple but enjoyable science trick using only a few things: You will need: At least one […]

Read More >

Pepper Repellent – Kids Experiment18/08/2021

A simple yet satisfying way of showcasing the magic of chemistry, the ‘Pepper Repellent’ experiment is easy to do and only requires common household ingredients. The science behind it can be hard to get your head around, but we’re hoping you and your child find it interesting nonetheless: You will need: Black Pepper Water Washing […]

Read More >