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Science Center: Home Experiments For Kids

How Substances Affect Water’s Freezing Point

Parental Note: This experiment is geared towards ages 10 and up to be completed independently. The project may require some support to gather materials, keep time, and complete the data chart. The experiment can be completed by younger children (ages…

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Experiment with Composting and Learn About Food Waste

Parental Note: This experiment is geared toward ages 8 and up to be completed independently with some help from an adult. The project may require some adult support when cutting materials. Note: This experiment will take roughly three weeks to complete….

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Water pouring into a glass

Experiment with Filtering Out Water Pollution

Parental Note: This experiment is geared toward ages 8 and up to be completed independently. The experiment can be completed with children as young as 5 years of age with complete adult support. Experiment Overview Did you know that 70…

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Tree Growth Three Steps

Measuring Plant Growth with Sunlight

Parental Note: This experiment can be completed independently by children 8 years of age and older. The project may require some support to track plant growth and take anecdotal notes over the span of two weeks. Additional Note: This experiment…

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Young boy using a chemistry set

Build an Aquatic Ecosystem in a Bottle

Parental Note: This experiment is geared toward ages 11 and up, to be completed independently. The project will require some adult support when cutting materials. Our planet is full of many different living environments. Some places on Earth are warm…

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young girl looking with a magnifying class

Solar Heating & Retention Science Experiment

Parental Note: This experiment is geared towards ages 10 and up to be completed independently. The project may require some support to gather materials and complete the data chart needed for both outside temperature and the internal temperature of materials….

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Make Your Own Wind Powered Sailboat

Have you ever enjoyed a lake or the ocean on a sailboat? If you have, you know that the wind is the driving force that helps the boat pick up speed and make its way along the water. Two major…

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Sundial Experiment

Have you ever played outside on a clear summer day and watched the sun’s position change as time progressed? For example, when playing outside at 10 in the morning, the sun was at one position and when you looked again…

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Make Your Own Water Wheel

Thanks to the water cycle, water is considered one of our planet’s renewable resources, similarly to the sun. And like the sun, water can be utilized to generate power. In fact, hydropower was one of the first sources of energy…

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