5 science experiments made fun

Who said that science has to be boring?

It has gone far beyond regular chemistry class these days.

Well, at least it’s gone far enough to be totally different from what we used to learn while I was a kid. Back then science wasn’t fun. It was a torture. Enormous books. Incredibly uninteresting teachers. And as a result – lack or even absence of knowledge. Yeah, I know nothing about chemistry. At all. Well, ok, may be I know what will happen if you mix vinegar with baking soda. But, that’s it.

This exciting and super easy experiments will help you to educate yourself your child in totally different way!

1. Foam production!

What you will need:

  • Plastic water bottle
  • 6% or 9% hydrogen peroxide 100ml
  • Dish detergent
  • Food coloring
  • Half a packet of yeast dissolved in warm water

 2. Vacuum

You will need:

  • Soup plate
  • Candle
  • water
  • food coloring
  • Glass vase

3. Density

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You will need:

  • water
  • oil
  • dish soap
  • maple syrup

4. Blowing up a balloon with yeast

5 science experiments made fun
Photo Credit Jeff Peterson

You will need:

  • Packet of yeast
  • Small plastic bottle
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
  • A glass of warm water
  • A small balloon

5. Static electricity

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Main Photo credit Brendon Connelly

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