SCIENCE

Red Cabbage pH Indicator Add Cabbage Juice

Red Cabbage Indicator Science Experiment

Whether or not you like red cabbage, you can use the red cabbage juice as a pH indicator to determine whether a liquid is an acid or base. It’s a fun and easy science experiment that your kids will enjoy!

Green Naked Eggs and Ham Science Experiment

Naked Green Eggs and Ham Science Experiment

Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday with this fun and amazing naked green eggs and ham science experiment! Your kids will love bouncing the egg on a plate and watching it explode!

Bone in Vinegar Experiment Bend the Bone

Bone in Vinegar Science Experiment

Your kids will feel like Superman when they discover that they can bend bones in this Bone in Vinegar Science Experiment. With only a few materials plus bones from dinner, you can make your kids feel like they have super strength!

Growing Seeds in Cotton Balls at Home

How to Grow Seeds in Cotton Balls at Home

Here are the step-by-step instructions on how to grow seeds in cotton balls at home. You can do this science experiment any time, and your kids will love watching the seeds go through the plant life cycle.

Squeeze Drops of Water on Penny

Drops of Water on a Penny Science Experiment

Discover how many drops of water fits on a penny in this simple and easy science experiment. Your kids will be shocked at how many drops of water can a penny hold due to surface tension!

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