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Balloon-Powered Car – Experiment05/08/2021

There are various energy sources in the world and one of which is air. But can air power something like a car? That’s what we’re going to find out with the balloon-powered car experiment. Because after all, balloons can hold a lot of air inside them. Making your own balloon-powered car is a ton of […]

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Bouncy Egg – Kids Experiment30/07/2021

Using very common household ingredients, you can make your own ‘Bouncy Egg’ in this fun Science experiment for kids to do at home! It’s very simple and low effort with easy steps to follow. Now, let’s getting ‘cracking’! You will need: An egg Vinegar (any kind) Tap Water A glass or jar A plate (optional) […]

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Static Balloon – Kids Experiment22/07/2021

What is static electricity and how do we make it? Well there’s a number of ways you can create static electricity, but for this experiment we’re going to be keeping it simple. This is the ‘Static Balloon’ experiment, it’s very easy to do but a lot of fun to play with! You will need: A […]

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Magic Bubbles – Kids Experiment14/07/2021

This week we’re going to be using washing up liquid to create ‘Magic Bubbles’ in this fun Science experiment. Depending on the equipment/ingredients you use, you can create all sorts of magical bubbles ranging from the bouncy to the MASSIVE! It might be a good idea to prepare yourself in case of a soapy spill […]

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Easy Sundial – Kids Experiment09/07/2021

As complicated as learning about the Sun and the Earth’s rotation is, there’s a simple way to easily showcase it. You can replicate this sundial science experiment at home using very common objects. I used a pen and paper plate, so will guide you referring to that equipment, but just know the experiment no matter […]

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Quick Sand – Experiment At Home29/06/2021

It’s not likely that you’ll get to see quicksand often in your life, so why not make a much safer version of it right at home? The Quick Sand science experiment isn’t very complicated, but is a ton of fun to do with a younger pair of hands to help! You will need: Maize Cornflour […]

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Dinosaur Tracks – Kids Experiment24/06/2021

Roaming the Earth MILLIONS of years ago, Dinosaurs have always been a fascinating species to learn about. But how are we able to educate ourselves on creatures that lived so long ago? Well one way is to study the footprints that they imprinted into the earth. In this exciting experiment you can do at home, […]

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Animal Blubber – Kids Experiment17/06/2021

How do animals that live in the Antarctic such as Polar Bears and Penguins stay warm? Let’s find out using the blubber science experiment! You will need: A large container (such as a bowl or bucket) A bag of ice Cold water A self-seal/zip lock bag (big enough to put your hand inside) Vegetable shortening […]

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Jar Tornado – Experiment At Home09/06/2021

If you want to learn about the weather, then this tornado science experiment is a fun way to simulate what a tornado vortex is like in a nutshell – or rather in a jar or bottle. You will need: A Jar/Bottle Water Washing Up Liquid Blue Food Colouring/Blue Glitter Vinegar (Optional) Method: Fill your jar/bottle […]

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Digestive System – Experiment at Home01/02/2021

We all have one, and it’s working all the time, even when we’re asleep! Our digestive system is an amazing thing. It uses lots of different parts of your body, all working together to make sure that you get the nutrients you need from your food. This experiment will show you how all the different […]

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