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In this activity, learners experiment with creating various types of bubble solutions and testing which ingredients form longer-lasting bubbles.
In this activity, learners explore how water behaves differently when it comes in contact with "nano sand" and regular sand.
In this chemistry activity, learners are asked to form a hypothesis about the behavior of milk as household detergents act upon it.
In this activity, learners experiment with the density of ice, water, and oil. Learners will discover that the density of a liquid determines whether it will float above or sink below another liquid.
In this kitchen chemistry activity, learners explore the chemistry of crystals by making sugar crystals, consider a common chemical reaction type responsible for the rising of muffins and cake in the
In this activity, learners use oil, water, food coloring and antacid tablets to create a bubbling lava lamp. Use this activity to introduce concepts related to density, hydrophobicity vs.
In this activity, learners play with surprising sand that doesn’t get wet! Learners explore how water behaves differently when it comes in contact with "magic sand" and regular sand.
Learners investigate the properties of the liquids in two bottles. One contains layers of oil and water, and one contains oil, water, and soap.
This is an activity/demo in which learners are exposed to the difference bewteen hydrophobic surfaces (water repelling) and hydrophilic surfaces (water loving).
In this activity, learners see how many coins they can add to a full glass of water before the water overflows.
In this simple activity (on page 7 of the PDF), learners use water and liquid dish detergent to see which one removes lipstick better from an index card.
Learners create beautiful fluid motion. They explore fluid dynamics, surface tension, solubility, and buoyancy while mixing liquids together.