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6 years 6 weeks ago
Excited to roll out our website and share some fun science experiments for teachers, students and families! Stay tuned. #Science #Education

Science Joker

The transmission of sound waves through solid objects is demonstrated.

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Easy
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Bells In Your Ears

A finger mysteriously moves a pencil without touching it.

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Easy
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Charged Fingers

A very large pile of Styrofoam peanuts mysteriously disappears into a small metal can.

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Complex
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Gremlins in a Can

Fill a nylon panty hose with invisible legs.

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Easy
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Invisible Legs

Use common kitchen items to detect static electricity.

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Easy
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Nickel Electroscope

A Ping-Pong ball mysteriously follows commands to roll forward.

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Easy
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Ping-Pong Come Along

How many pretzels can you eat in a minute?

Difficulty:
Easy
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Pretzel Prediction

Bones and raw eggs are soaked in vinegar.

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Intermediate
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Rubber Bones

Small streams of flowing water are connected and disconnected, demonstrating surface tension and the polar nature of water.

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Easy
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Tying Knots in Water

A wooden stick mysteriously dances in mid-air,appearing to defy gravity.

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Intermediate
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Antigravity Dancing Stick