Fun with Science Water Experiments for Kids
Fun with Water - Science experiments for Kids
I spent many an hour as a young boy playing - I mean experimenting with water. The fact is that kids are actually good scientists in the making, they are inquisitive and are always asking questions. There is a surprising amount of science to be learnt from experimenting with water.
This lense Fun with Science - Water Experiments for Kids is a collection of simple, safe, but FUN experiments that children can enjoy and learn from and all with that most plentiful of items - water!
Scientific Explorer Mythbusters Weird World of Water
Expose well-known myths and other tall tales to discover which ones are true and which ones are bogus
Uncover the wonders of water, a very versatile element with mystical and magical properties
Just like Jamie and Adam, stars of the hit Discovery Channel series "MythBusters," you'll use trial and error to test your theories
Experiments include launching a water-powered rocket, testing the power of whirlpools, creating a liquid rainbow and more
Recommended for children 9-years of age and older
Water Filtration - Experiment Kid - video
Water Science Poll
Have you ever experimented with water?
Water Experiments for Kids - My favourite websites
- Homeschooling Ideas
A great resource for kids interested in water experiments. 31 great experiments - One a day for a month.
- Science Fun
Will a bowling ball sink of float? An interesting question with surprising results. The experiment is thought provoking, although junior may need a bit of help with the maths on this one...
- Bending Water
Not possible - you might think. This experiment shows you how.
Young Scientist Series - Set 5: Water (Kit 13) - Capillary Action (Kit 14)
Find out what sumbarines, chromatography, and capillary tubes all have in common
3 complete kits in one box
Mulitple award-winning science kits that make science fun, educational, and hands-on
All kits are put on the market after it has passed the ulitmate test-approval by multiple teams of Young Scientists
See how submarines dive and rise. Watch color dyes crawl up chromatography paper. Use a capillary tube like doctors in a hospital. Observe upward water movement in plants.