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9 ways to make invisible ink with lemon juice, milk, baking soda, cornstarch, iodine, and white crayon. Make vanishing ink, glowing ink and writing on a banana.
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The Density Rainbow is a fun and easy science experiment that can be done at home. It is a great way to introduce kids to science. All you needs is some sugar, water, and food color.
Learn about the properties of water and ice in a cool way with these fun activities and science experiments.
Oobleck is made of cornstarch and water. It changes from a liquid to a solid when a force is applied and turns back into a liquid when the force is removed.
You can make a rainbow on a window sill, rainbows in the dark, and rainbows in the backyard using simple things like water, a mirror, and a flashlight. You can create rainbows from CDs and crystals and even swirl...
Books held up by eggshells? Sugar cubes that hold up an arch without glue? Try these interesting science fair projects. Easy with step by step instructions, photos, and videos.
Here are some great science projects that use an ordinary drinking straw and water. Did you know that a drinking straw can become an spray atomizer and a medicine dropper. It can also be a musical instrument such as an...