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Experiment for kids – Make a rainbow On July 14, 2013 by

In this easy science experiment for kids, we will see how to make a rainbow. We will discuss refraction, a physical phenomenon that enables rainbows to exist. We will also see why rainbows form arcs rather than straight lines. Equipment […]

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Home experiment for kids – Make a paper helicopter in 2 steps On July 14, 2013 by

A nice home experiments for kids. Here are the patterns to build a helicopter. In this simple and fun experiment, I will show you how to make a small paper helicopter. Equipment of this home experiment for kids: A sheet […]

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Experiment kids – Make float a piece of metal On July 13, 2013 by

In this little experiment kids, we will discuss the surface tension of water. We will illustrate this by floating a piece of metal on water. What is surface tension? It is a force that is exerted on two elements of […]

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Electrical experiment for kids – Turn a lemon into an electric battery On July 13, 2013 by

In this electrical experiment for kids, we will see how to generate electricity with a lemon. The first electric battery was invented by the physicist Alessandro Volta in 1800. In this experiment, we will use part of the same chemical […]

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Science experiment for kids – An explosion of colors with milk On July 13, 2013 by

In this fun science experiment for kids, we will see how to create abstract forms of colors. This time, the surface tension will allow us to carry out an experiment that resembles a work of art. Equipment of this science […]

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Plant experiments for kids – A plant that defies gravity On July 13, 2013 by

In this plant experiments for kids, we will demonstrate the incredible ability that plants have to thwart the effects of gravity, as well as photosynthesis. Plants feed mainly on the elements present in soil and sunlight. They naturally grow towards […]

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Experiment for kids at home – Use pepper to observe surface tension On July 13, 2013 by

In this easy experiment for kids at home, we will talk about surface tension. What is surface tension? It is a force that exists at the point of contact between two elements of a different medium. We’ll see how to […]

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Experiment for kids – Grow harmless microbes On July 13, 2013 by

In this experiment for kids, we will see how to grow a small culture of harmless microbes in the kitchen. Pasteur discovered the existence of microbes in 1859. This discovery hailed the beginning of modern biology and effective remedies. Microbes […]

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