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Discover the power of surface tension with this cool science experiment for kids! This is a great learning activity for kids that will keep them entertained watching pepper dance around in a bowl of water! Find more cool science experiments for kids here.

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This walking water science experiment is so much fun and super easy to do! My kids absolutely loved it! It even comes with free printable recording sheets for kids as young as preschool! Check out the video to see how easy this walking water experiment really is. This rainbow activity is perfect for spring science!

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Nadia Bi
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This jellyfish in a bottle looks just like the real thing! This ocean craft is easy and inexpensive to make, and it's also a fun discovery or sensory bottle. Make a jellyfish from a plastic bag and place it in a bottle of water to watch it swirl and 'swim' around! It's really mesmerizing to watch, and it makes a great prop for storytime or a lesson at school. This post contains affiliate links. If you use these links to buy something we may earn a small commission which helps us run this…

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Amy Rogers
How to make your drawings float using a dry erase marker, a glass plate and water. Plus, why this science experiment works! Play, Pre K, Ideas, Crafts, Art, Dry Erase Markers, Dry Erase, Experiments For Kids Easy, Water Experiments For Kids

Kids have the most incredible imaginations. Every time my kids draw a picture, you can see that it “comes to life” in their minds. Well, how about if we can use science to actually make your drawings float? Your kids are going to LOVE the dry erase water trick! You definitely want to read the […]

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Ankita Bag on Instagram: "#save this super cool water experiment to try with your kiddo 😊

What we need for this experiment:
👉 Glass
👉 Water
👉 Shopping card or bank card
👉 Small plastic container
👉 Small plastic or wooden balls (here we used wooden balls)

Science behind this :

The reason for this result is the phenomenon of ‘Adhesion’. Specifically, here we are talking about the adhesion power of the water molecules which is exerted on the cardboard and the glass.
This phenomenon takes place because the water molecules consist of two ends, one positive and another negative. This polarity leads to the attraction strength to the other materials too.
In the above-concluded experiment, the water molecules are attracted to the card. This leads to the adhering to it. This happens while c

Ankita Bag on Instagram: "#save this super cool water experiment to try with your kiddo 😊 What we need for this experiment: 👉 Glass 👉 Water 👉 Shopping card or bank card 👉 Small plastic container 👉 Small plastic or wooden balls (here we used wooden balls) Science behind this : The reason for this result is the phenomenon of ‘Adhesion’. Specifically, here we are talking about the adhesion power of the water molecules which is exerted on the cardboard and the glass. This phenomenon…

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Tayyaba Shahid
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How can you keep paper towel dry under water? It seems impossible to keep a piece of paper towel from getting wet when submerged in water, but that's why this

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