With simple materials you can find at home, you can create a homemade rain gauge to measure the amount of precipitation that falls near your home.
Learn more about the weather, clouds, and rain with this easy and educational science activity for kids.
Find out how changes in temperature create convection currents, such as the ones found in the ocean, and create your own with colorful water at home!
Investigate how you use energy at home and explore how energy can be used more efficiently.
Learn about convection and create your own candle-powered carousel using heat transfer.
Create your own spectroscope and observe the different emission spectrums of various light sources.
In this DIY experiment, create a chain of colorful popsicle sticks and learn how potential energy is converted to kinetic energy.
Curious about electromagnetic power? Create an electromagnet powered by a battery with these step-by-step instructions & test its strength. Learn more today!
Try this science experiment and use energy from the sun to turn dirty or salty water into clean, fresh water. Learn more about Clearway's solar experiments.
Learn about the triboelectric effect by rubbing a balloon on your head and then use the energy stored as static electricity to make a soda can move!