BUILD YOUR OWN PERSONAL FOG TORNADO! You will need A copier paper box A small 12 volt computer fan from a computer or electronics store.
It should be at least 3×3 inches (8cm X 8cm). A piece of clear plastic 10 X 17 inches (25cm X43cm) If your really in a hurry, you can test your fog tornado with clear plastic food wrap. A small plastic food container Dry ice (or other source of fog – see below) Black paint 9-volt battery (if your fan doesn’t plug in) Optional (but cool) battery-powered tap light Adult help What to do. TRY SOME LAVA IN A CUP. You will need * A clear drinking glass * 1/4 cup vegetable oil * 1 teaspoon salt * Water * Food coloring (optional) What to do Fill the glass about 3/4 full of water . Add about 5 drops of food coloring – I like red for the lava look. Slowly pour the vegetable oil into the glass. MAKE PLASTIC MILK. You will need One cup of milk4 teaspoons of white vinegarA bowlA strainerAdult help What to do Ask your friendly adult to heat up the milk until it is hot, but not boilingNow ask the adult to carefully pour the milk into the bowlAdd the vinegar to the milk and stir it up with a spoon for about a minuteNow the fun part, pour the milk through the strainer into the sink – careful it may be hot!
Left behind in the strainer is a mass of lumpy blobs. When it is cool enough, you can rinse the blobs off in water while you press them together . A Color Symphony. You will need A flat tray (like a cookie baking tray) Food coloring (at least 3 different colors) Whole milk – low fat milk will not work for this experiment Liquid soap used for washing dishes What to do.
MAKE A LEVITATING ORB! You will need 1 inch (2.5 cm) wide PVC Pipe about 24 inches (60cm) long.
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