Try This at Home
Hey, kids! Do try these cool science activities at home! They’re easy, fun and most can be done with stuff you have around the house.
Color, connect the dots and word-search to learn about magnets in this cool activity book available both in English and in Spanish.
Magnetic fields are invisibile, but with this activity you can – abracadabra – make the field lines appear!
Compasses are actually very simple. If you ever forget which way is north, follow these steps to make one yourself.
What do you get when you mix a battery, a bit of copper wire and a nail? One of the most important forces in science. Try it yourself and let the force be with you!
This iron-packed substance has a dual personality; one second it's a liquid, the next it's a solid. Mix up a batch at home and see how this unique stuff works.
Iron is found in magnet, steel beams – and in our food! It tastes better in cashews than in bar magnets!