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Kid Science

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Elephant Toothpaste | STEAM Experiment for kids - Engineering Emily

The newly crowned Miss America 2020, Camille Schrier from Virginia, did a chemistry demonstration for her talent. It was an elaborate version of the classic elephant toothpaste experiment. This was the first time a Miss America participant has ever won with a science experiment for their talent. Unfortunately, I have seen people criticize her talent […]

Underwater Volcano Experiment

Find out what an underwater volcano eruption may look like through this fun, hands-on experiment! It's a really cool science activity for kids to discover what happens when you mix warm and cold water while learning about volcanoes at the same time.

Make Your Own Lava Lamp | Easy Kid Science Activity

Want to make your own lava lamp? This fun DIY science experiment give you the full step-by-step instructions on how to make a homemade lava lamp out of a water bottle.

Science Experiment:  Elephant Toothpaste

Best science experiment ever! Make a fantastic eruption with hydrogen peroxide, yeast, soap, and food coloring! This science project is perfect for science shows for all ages: preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school! Even adults enjoy this one!

Think chemical energy is dull? Think again with this cool project that lets you turn a potato into a battery. The project is perfect for ages five and up, although younger children will need adult supervision and help to work with the nails and wires. | How to Make a Potato Battery from #LoveToKnow

Think chemical energy is dull? Think again with this cool project that lets you turn a potato into a battery. The project is perfect for ages five and up, ...

Disappearing Egg Activity for Kids

This Disappearing Eggshell Activity is a fun egg science experiment for kids of all ages. You can also use this as a letter "E" activity or spring study.