Science Experiments for Kids

«Crazy Science» – is the international science show, operates 8 years in 4 countries in Europe, it is a science club, what propose to kids new format of getting knowledge – FUN science! In our club we do a lot of experiments and explore the world with kids from 3 to 16 year old! Science experiments you can do at home! Click on the experiment image or the view experiment link below for each experiment on this page to see the materials needed and procedure.

There's nothing better than science experiments you can do without leaving your house! Give it a try people! ;)

If you're looking for some fun science experiments for kids then you've come to the right place.

Science Experiments for Kids! Here are some fun science experiments you can do at home!

-Stick
-Soap
-balloon

Ready?

Make the stick soap from top to the bottom

So you're gonna take the stick and you're going to start at the bottom of balloon and just push. Go ahead and  keep going till the very end of this to the top to the very top and Push in up! WOOOOW!!!

We can move or reflect on them. But once we use strong magnets ferromagnets behave so unpredictably due to strong magnetic fields produced by powerful magnets.

Due to the poles of the magnetic objects cling to other metal objects or magnets or push away differently depending on their magnetic capacity. Different tricks can be made even through obstacle objects.

 

Look how fun and easy can be 100% fun at home.
You want to say Slime, but not it is Oobleck.

What do you need:
-Corn Starch
-Water
-food color (can be without)

How to do:
just mix it all together
2 portion of Starch + 1 portion of water
mb you will need add more water till the Oobleck "well done".

You need:

Cups, paper clips, needle and paper towel or napkin.

How to make it:

Take cup of water and carefully place your paper clip or needle with small piece of paper towel under it onto water surface.

What to know:

You need:

To make and see it with different fluids we need 3 cups and 3 flasks to compare effects. As your fluids you can use water, vegetable oil, and liquid glycerin. How to make: Place your flasks with water, vegetable oil, and liquid glycerin into your cups filled halfly with the same fluids in it accordingly.

What to know:

We can see magnetic fields only in specially equipped laboratory.

However, we can try to see its shapes either with magnetic or iron powder.

What do you need:

To make this experiment all you need is different types of magnets like regular magnets, neomagnets, rare magnets, or even N92 magnets and iron powder.

What can you see (how does it work):

To make this all we need is just paper, pencil, and 2 bright markers.

Shape your hand with a pencil. Do not push your pencil to make a handshape outline hardly seen.

Once you’re done start drawing your lines from the bottom of your paper. Your lines should be straight as much as possible except the fields where the handshape is located. Once you get to the outline of the hand curve you line like a bridge. Then when you get to your next outline continue your straight line.

You need:

Cups, paper clips, needle and paper towel or napkin.

How to make it:

Take cup of water and carefully place your paper clip or needle with small piece of paper towel under it onto water surface.

What to know:

Due to the surface tension, small objects will "float" on the surface of a fluid, as long as the object cannot break through and separate the top layer of water molecules. When an object is on the surface of the fluid, the surface under tension will behave like an elastic membrane.

Magnetic fields (how to make the coin or paper clip stand on its rib by using strong magnets)

To make this experiment you need regular magnets, strong rare magnets, ferromagnetic coins or paper clip. It is widely known that we can manipulate ferromagnetic metals with magnets.