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Suggested Age: 12

Very Simple (1)

This experiment requires adult supervision. The fumes that are produced are not healthy, so be careful. Heating up a grape that has been cut in ...

Tincanhowler

Suggested Age: 10

Very Simple (1)

Create a howling noise using a tin can and a bit of string. Fun way to play around with sound, friction, vibrations, etc. and an easy project that ...

Bendwater

Suggested Age: 9

Very Simple (1)

You can make water bend using just a comb and your hair. A very fun experiment that's very easy to do. Here's a video of the experiment in actio...

Flipbook

Suggested Age: 12

Simple (2)

All you need is some paper and a pen and you can create an animated scene that dances across the pages. You can find some more tips

Disappearingmoney

Suggested Age: 7

Very Simple (1)

Real simple trick you can do. All you need is a glass, a plate, some water, and a penny. Kind of a magic trick, but the science behind it is int...

Frozen bubble

Suggested Age: 6

Mildly Challenging (4)

Create a bubble in freezing temperatures and watch it freeze in to a miniature crystal ball and then shatter!

Pile of paper airplanes

Suggested Age: 8

Very Simple (1)

Not exactly the most novel idea, but it's a fun one. Plus you can find a ton of ideas for different designs with a simple google search: https:/...

Tornadobottle

Suggested Age: 5

Simple (3)

Simple experiment that can also be a fun challenge. Basically fill a bottle with water and tape another bottle on top, then try to figure out ho...

Yarn wrapped jars 380x380

Suggested Age: 6

Simple (3)

A simple DIY project that creates some cool looking jars that can be used for decorative lighting.

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Suggested Age: 12

Mildly Challenging (4)

A simple way to demonstrate the chemical reaction that occurs when you add vinegar to baking soda.