Create your own hydropower experiment with a milk jug to learn how a dam uses pressure and water level to generate power. Check out all of our experiments!
In this DIY home science experiment, kids can learn how to create a wind vane to track wind conditions in their area. Learn more about wind today!
In this DIY experiment, kids can learn how to create a homemade thermostat & observe what happens to the temperature when placed in different locations.
In this DIY science activity, kids will build a balloon-powered zipline that teaches about kinetic energy, potential energy, & wind power.
In this DIY science activity, kids can experiment with melting several types of ice and learn how ice melts in different bodies of water across the world.
In this fun experiment, children will learn how to create a composting bottle that shows how organic items are broken down by sun, water, and bacteria.
Conduct a simple experiment using natural filters to clean "contaminated" water and learn how nature provides clean water for both humans and the planet.
In this DIY experiment for kids, learn how to create an easy, solar powered night light by using a mason jar, solar light, acrylic gems and poster tack.
A science experiment where kids learn to grow plants in different sunlight environments and track the growth of each plant over the span of two weeks.
In this DIY science experiment for kids, learn how to create a living aquatic ecosystem and understand how it depends on numerous elements to survive.