Easy Science Experiments

Holiday Science

Paint Can Practical Joke

Here’s a great way to practice your sleight-of-hand skills and drive the clerk at the hardware store insane. It’s one of our all-time favorite practical […]

Hovering Paper Airplane

Over the years, we love it when our “Experiment of the Week” just happens to fall on a holiday… especially April Fool’s Day. So, when […]

Shrinkies - Shrinking Recycled Plastic Artwork

Shrinkies are a fun and creative way to repurpose plastic that might otherwise end up in a landfill. You can create awesome keepsakes using most […]

Sugar Crystal Ornaments

Sugar is delicious, sweet and… perfect for creating colorful, beautiful ornaments? This holiday season, grab a bag of granulated sugar and mix yourself a supersaturated […]

Stained Glass Sugar

Sugar has many uses but maybe you didn’t know it can be used to make “glass” – even stained glass. You combine the science of […]

Vampire Slime - Eerie Green and Blood Red

When you mix Vampire Slime Goo and Cross-Linker, it appears to be normal green slime, but hold the oozing blob up to a source of […]

Holiday Fire - Red

Everyone likes to cuddle up next to a nice warm fire, but we couldn’t possibly settle for any normal fire. Why not make a more […]

Smoking Bubbles - Dry Ice Science

We know that dry ice is incredibly fun to use in experiments – it’s because of the awesome fog you get when you combine the […]

Footprints in the Snow

If you’re dreaming of a Winter Wonderland but you’re stuck in the middle of the desert this winter, then Insta-Snow is the perfect choice. Or, […]

Exploding Pumpkin

A chemical reaction is triggered inside the pumpkin, and the previously carved pieces explode from the pumpkin. This method is a favorite among chemistry teachers, […]