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Let's make it rain inside in different colors and in water!
Using very simple ingredients of water oil and food coloring, make a beautiful color storm.

Science concepts: density, emulsions, hydrophobic molecules

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Make some Halloween themed explosions!
A Halloween twist on the classic baking soda and vinegar reaction.
Science concepts: chemical reactions, acid-base reaction

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20 Minute Labs: Rainbow Slime

September 15, 2020

rainbow slime art | yellow scopeMake a beautiful, vibrant pictures right onto slime! Use artistic techniques to make, stretch and play, over and over again!

Science concepts: polymers
Art concepts: pointillism, distortion

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ice map example | Yellow ScopeMake a colorful relief map by melting ice with salt and highlighting the resulting valleys and pockets with colors!

Science concepts: freezing point, cartography, relief maps

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Impress your friends with these science party tricks! Using light refraction, we'll make images seem to flip, like words, equations, and arrows!

Science concepts: light refraction, focal point

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Make a bottle virtually disappear!
Using glycerin, a bottle and a jar, you can wow your friends by making it look like a bottle inside a jar has become invisible.

Science concepts: light refraction

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Make giant, superhero bubbles!

Make a bubble that doesn't pop even when you poke it with a pencil!
Science concepts: Surface tension

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The science behind washing your hands!
In this experiment, check your hand-washing skills to make sure you're doing your best to fight the spread of germs!

Science concepts: Hydrophobic molecules

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20 Minute Labs: Snow Trees

February 24, 2020

Make your own "snow"-covered trees!

Grow snow-like crystals on cardboard trees!

Science concepts: Capillary action, evaporation

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20 Minute Labs: Snow Globes

January 23, 2020

Make your own snow globe!

Use old jars, toys, and some glycerin and glitter to make an imaginative scene!
Science concepts: Viscosity

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