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Science Experiments for Kids"

They're fun, they're fascinating, and they're a great way to spend time indoors on a cold or rainy day. Forget beakers and Bunsen burners, exploding chemicals and complex instructions. These science experiments are safe and simple, relying on materials that you have at home. Follow the step-by-step instructions with your junior scientists, and you'll learn together. Who knows? Follow the links below to learn how to conduct simple science experiments: Capturing Leaf Vapor Measure water vapor from a leaf to see if leaves breathe. Look-Alike Tests for Salt and Sugar Try some tests to see how these two compounds act differently. Reverse Garden Plant garbage instead of seeds, and find out what biodegradable means. Make Crystal Creations Add a sparkling crystal coat to decorations and paper sculptures. Liquid Density Test. Make Crystal Creations"

You can make crystal creations as an easy science experiment for kids.

Make Crystal Creations"

Dip decorations and paper sculptures in a crystal solution, and watch them crystallize overnight! What You'll Need: Waterproof table coveringwaterSaucepanSugarPlastic cupsChenille stems (pipe cleaners)StringScissorsPencilsFood coloringIndex cardsEpsom saltsAlumPermanent markersPie pan Step 1: Cover your work surface. Note that an adult needs to help kids throughout this activity. Step 2: Heat a cup of water until it begins to steam. Step 3: Remove the cup from heat, and stir in 2 cups of sugar. Step 4: Mold chenille stems into decorative shapes (star, heart, cat, initials).

Step 5: Tie one end of a piece of string to a chenille stem shape and the other end around a pencil. Step 6: Leave the shape overnight, and then remove it from the solution and let dry on a paper towel. Step 7: When dry, the decorations will be covered with shiny crystals. For larger crystals, allow the chenille stem to soak longer in the solution. Science Is Fun Home Experiments. Hands-On Science Activities for After School Play. Introduction An introduction to the stripped-down motor, a simple and easy-to-make version of the electric motors found in toys, tools, and appliances. • Download activity instructions• Download concept map• Going further Recommend the Stripped-Down Motor activity to a friend Explore more things to make and do Bee Hummer | Bottle Blast Off | Color Chromatography | Cuica | Cup Speaker | Ice Balloons Jitterbug | Sound Sandwich | Stripped Down Motor | Water Bottle Membranophone | Whirling Watcher Educator Resources | Privacy Policy | Use Policy | About Digital Library Afterschool | About the Exploratorium © 2007 - 2015 Exploratorium | The museum of science, art and human perception.

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