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Make some ooey, gooey, pumpkin slime out of the guts from your jack-o-lantern! A seasonal addition to our slime collection!

Science concepts: non-Newtonian fluids, polymers
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Make a matchstick seem to float all on its own! A very easy experiment with very few supplies!

Science concepts: fusion
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Make your own smores! Make a solar-powered oven from stuff around the house and enjoy your favorite summertime snack without the campfire!

Science concepts: heat transfer, heat absorption

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Make self-rising water!
How can a candle force water to rise up? Find out in an experiment using stuff from around the house.

Science concepts:
air pressure, temperature, equilibrium, pressure gradient force Read More
Make your own rock candy!
Create colorful sugar crystals using lots of sugar and a few items from home.

Science concepts: crystals, supersaturated solution Read More

Make an ice cube float in the middle of a glass of liquid and melt into the bottom!

Science concepts: levitation, density

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Make your own thermometer you can use on your back porch or in the fridge! See how liquids and pressure work to tell us what the temperature is in our environment.

Science concepts: thermal contraction and expansion

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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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