Easy Science Experiments

States of Matter

Fireproof Balloon

Common sense tells you that it’s impossible to boil water in a paper bag, but this classic parlor trick was a favorite of Victorian magicians. […]

Windbag Experiment - Diaper Genie Balloons

How many breaths of air will it take you to fill a plastic bag that’s 8’ (2 m) long and 10” (25 cm) in diameter? […]

Ultimate Can Crusher - 55 Gallon Drum

Steve Spangler often says… “Anything worth doing is worth overdoing.” That’s probably what happened here when he tried to super-size the classic Can Crusher experiment […]

Slime Art

We all know that playing with slime is one of the best things in the world.  But, what do you do when you’re done.  You […]

Color Changing Liquids with Cabbage Juice and Dry Ice

If a science activity bubbles furiously, belches clouds of water vapor while changing colors, and does it safely all at the same time, then you’ve […]

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 […]

Brown Sugar Homemade Ice Cream

Food always tastes better when it’s homemade, and the same is true for ice cream. We went out and got some brown sugar from Imperial […]

Dry Ice Smoke Ring Launcher

Inspired by Steve Spangler’s original trash can smoke ring launcher, this mini version uses easy to find materials to make your vortex vapor ring launcher. […]

Heat Sensitive Worms

There’s nothing better than having a bowl full of worms without the hassle of digging them out of the ground… and all by using fascinating […]

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 […]

Homemade Rock Candy

Science is often referred to as the most fun subject in school mainly because… it is! It can be a most delicious subject, too. When […]

Growing and Shrinking Egg

We’ve found a method to take our famous Naked Egg experiment to a new level. By dropping your Naked Eggs into Karo corn syrup or […]

CO2 Fire Extinguisher

Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a gas that humans interact with every day. For instance, you exhale it from your lungs. Drive a vehicle and it’s in the engine […]

Insta-Snowball

Our Insta-Snow® powder has become pretty famous for being the most realistic faux snow on the market. What many people don't know is that you […]

Gaviscon Worms - The Science of Antacids

Acid reflux disease is battled by a change in diet, or by using antacids, such as Gavison. In this demonstration, a 250 mL flask is […]

Dry Ice Balloon

Blowing up balloons can be quite the task. You’ll spend a ton of time huffing and puffing while blowing your breath into the rubbery orb. […]

Disappearing Ghost Eggs

It looks like an ordinary glass of water… crystal clear water. But hiding just below the surface of the water is an amazing collection of […]

Drops on a Penny

You might think that you can’t fit many drops of water on the surface of a penny. Pennies are just so small! In the Drops […]

Soda Can Crusher

You could use your foot, your hands, or even your head (not advised) to crush a soda can. But nothing compares to the fun you’ll […]

Flame Light Relight - Science Magic

There’s a lot of chemistry behind the simple lighting or extinguishing of a flame. Would you believe us if we told you that you could […]

Homemade Ice Cream

The Roman emperor, Nero, is credited as the first person to have a type of ice cream made for his meals. Snow was used to […]

Soap Soufflé

Ivory soap . . . it’s the soap that floats. But why? discover the secret behind this floating sensation by cooking the whole bar of […]

Bouncing Bubble

With the Bouncing Bubble, that little puff of air trapped in a thin soap film will bounce. What?!?! It’s true! These bubbles are formulated to […]