1. Easy Inertia Science Experiments with Pennies

    Here are a couple of fun inertia science experiments for kids that go perfectly with a unit on force and motion, and you probably have all the supplies on hand…

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  2. How to Make Magnetic Slime

    Did you know that it's possible to make slime that is magnetic? Magnetic slime has iron in it and is attracted to a strong magnet. It is super stretchy and…

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  3. How to Burn Steel Wool with a 9 Volt Battery

    Here's a fun science experiment that has a lot of WOW factor! We all know that wood will burn in a fire, but did you know that metals can burn?…

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  4. Transfer of Energy Science Experiment

    Grab some marbles! This simple science experiment is such an easy and fascinating way to demonstrate how energy is transferred from one object to another. Energy is defined as the…

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  5. Science Demonstration: Air Takes Up Space

    Make water stay in a funnel, rather than flowing out the bottom and into the bottle! It totally seems like magic! But it's actually just science, and this science demonstration…

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  6. Don't Melt the Ice! Science Experiment for Kids

    Keep ice from melting! This is a fun science experiment for winter, but it works any time of the year. One of the reasons that I love science education is…

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  7. Build Working Gears out of Popsicle Sticks

    Here's a fun STEM challenge: Build working gears out of plastic caps, popsicle sticks, and a cardboard box! This project demonstrates mechanical concepts using materials you probably already have. Kids…

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  8. Awesome Science Experiments with Hot Wheels Cars

    Let's do some Hot Wheels STEM projects! These simple science experiments feel like play, but kids will actually be exploring the physics concepts of velocity, mass, momentum, and air resistance.…

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  9. Awesome Science Experiment: Make Hot Ice with Baking Soda and Vinegar

    Here's a fun science experiment that will definitely get a "wow" from the kids. Combine baking soda and vinegar to make sodium acetate, or hot ice! It crystalizes instantly when…

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  10. Make an Easy and Safe Pinhole Eclipse Viewer

    View the solar eclipse... without looking at the sun! Next week, a total solar eclipse will occur all across the United States, and while our state (Texas) is not in…

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