Fun Science Experiments to Try at Home!!

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Fun Science Experiments to Try at HomeHere are some science experiments children can try at home. They are perfectly safe but children should always be supervised by an adult and the instructions followed VERY carefully.

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Try this little experiment I guarantee you will have hours of fun with it either alone or like me if you use it at a Kids Science Party.

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The Rocket Pinwheel experiment perfectly demonstrates Sir Isaac Newton's Laws of Motion. Make your own scientific discovery with the help of Science Boffins!

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Fakir's Bed of Nails is a great experiment that demonstrates the effect drawing pins have on balloons...the answer might not be quite what you expect!

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The Runaway Drinks Can experiment is a simple introduction to physics which uses items from around the home to show the effects of atoms.

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The Fireproof Balloon shows the effect fire has on water...even if it's inside a balloon. This experiment involves fire so an adult must be around at all times.

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This little experiment is great for looking at sound vibrations and their effects on pitch...prepare your ears for a bit of a racket!

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This experiment demonstrates the effect different forces have on polymers. Sticking the kebab stick through the inflated balloon doesn't burst it...why?

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This is a great experiment to introduce little ones to the wonderful world of chemistry. Using ingredients found in the home, this experiment demonstrates a simple chemical reaction resulting in a self-inflating balloon!

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The Rocket Balloon brilliantly demonstrates Sir Isaac Newton's Third Law of Motion...and it's great fun too!

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This experiment demonstrates the effect of vibrations on pitch tone. The science is used in the making of woodwind instruments. Try this easy experiment at home and make your own orchestra (we can't promise it will sound like classical music though!)

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