M for Magnetism In general, learning magnetism is mostly about the magnetic poles and magnetic field. However, a fundamental understanding of how the Earth is a giant magnet and how it’s magnetic field influences objects on Earth is important and should form the basis of learning magnetism. Making a DIY magnetic compass can be an…
Explore the properties of light and lens. Watch as a paper, wood and leaf burn by converging sunlight through a convex lens (with images & video).
A simple demonstration of kinetic and potential energy for kids (with images & video) using dominos. This science activity can also be done with other things at home.
A simple chemical reaction can make an egg bouncy. Watch as an egg turns squishy in this DIY chemistry jelly egg experiment (with images & video) that can be done with things at home.
A mind-blowing science activity to see inside the eye! Try this out to see the blood vessels of your eye.
Check how a substance behaves differently in hot and cold water in this simple DIY temperature experiment (with images & video) that can be done with things at home.
Defying gravity is no rocket science!!! Watch as the paper clip stands tall against gravity in this simple DIY experiment (with images & video) that can be done with things at home.
Does fire need oxygen to burn? Watch as flames of 3 candles behave differently depending on the amount of oxygen present in the surrounding. A simple DIY experiment that can be done with things at home.
Watch as the Moon model goes around the globe and how our observation gives the appearance of the changing Moon. Here’s a simple experiment (video and images attached) to demonstrate the phases of the Moon that you can do with things at home.
How would it be if water walked through cups and formed a rainbow?! Here’s a simple experiment (video and images attached) you can do with things at home to demonstrate the science of capillary action.