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Water science activities

Floating orange experiment

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The floating orange experiment is a strange one - why does a orange float with the skin on and sink with the skin off? Try this out!

Fireworks in a glass

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Create fireworks in a glass! This colourful science activity is highly popular with kids and can be used look at buoyancy, density and surface tension.

Gummy bear osmosis

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The gummy bear osmosis experiment is perfect for variable testing! Learn how to design a simple kitchen chemistry activity that explores how water moves.

Ocean in a bottle activity

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Model an ocean in a bottle with this classic science activity for kids. Easy to setup and mesmerizing!

Shaving cream rain clouds

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All about how rain forms!
An easy science activity for the classroom or home.

Bottle fountain science activity

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A great experiment for kids for exploring air pressure! How far can the stream of water go?

Rising water experiment

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Learn about air pressure with the classic rising water experiment! You just need a candle, some water, a glass and a plate to do this activity

Walking water

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Coloured walking water science activity! This colourful experiment is a great way to look at capillary action and uses easy to source materials.

Leak Proof Bag

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Show off your 'magic' skills as you demonstrate the leak-proof bag science experiment! This all about polymers and friction... so easy to do!

Colourful currents

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A colourful density experiment

It's all about heat!

Sink the foil boat

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A science activity about floating
How much weight will sink the boat?

Water down a string

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An easy experiment to replicate
Demonstrate water cohesion

Drops on a coin

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Explore surface tension
Who can fit the most drops?

Pepper & surface tension

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Easily show that surface tension exists!
Simple science with kitchen materials

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