Tooth Decay Eggshells Experiment

Do your kids resist brushing their teeth? After this tooth decay experiment with eggshells, they might run to clean their teeth after a meal! Eggshells have a similar chemical composition to tooth enamel, so they react similarly to other chemicals. In this tooth decay experiment, we will explore what stains tooth enamel and what breaks …

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Salt Vibration Sound Experiment

The concept of sound waves is not the easiest to teach to kids. For light, you can do experiments like the reversing arrow or the disappearing water trick to show refraction. There are numerous experiments, like the balloon-powered LEGO car, to show motion. But you can’t see sound waves because they are vibrating so fast. …

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The Dancing Raisins Experiment

Some days, nothing seems to amuse the kids. New toy? Bored with it 5 minutes later. Arts and crafts? Nah, been there done that. That’s why I am thankful for science experiments like the dancing raisins experiment that is quick and easy to set up.  There are two ways to make the raisins dance. You …

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Pretty Coffee Filter Fall Leaves Suncatcher

Coffee Filter Fall Leaves Craft for Kids

Fall leaves are some of the prettiest things you’ll see this year. With a few supplies from your kitchen, you can create beautiful coffee filter fall leaves that you can use to decorate your house for the season.

Gravity-Defying Water Spin

Centripetal Force on a Spinning Cup

Can you flip a cup of water upside-down over your head without getting soaked? Seems impossible, right? That’s what my kids thought at first, and imagine their faces when they were proven wrong! In this gravity-defying experiment, you can perform the impossible with a simple physics trick. We will explore the concept of centripetal force …

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