Make clouds with this hands-on kit to learn the science behind the formation of clouds and how shifts in atmospheric pressure effect the weather.
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Ever since I was little, clouds have fascinated me. A simple little visible mass of condensed water vapor floating in the atmosphere, I realize, but mesmerizing, nonetheless. Storm clouds have especially intrigued me over the years, and with weather season right around the corner there is no better time to talk about clouds, then now! As […]
Soda Bottle Tornado Soda Bottle Tornado Experiment Additional Information SODA BOTTLE TORNADO EXPERIMENT Experiment Procedure Fill an empty one liter bottle with water all the way to the top. Add any number of Color Fizzers to the bottle to achieve the desired color. Screw on the Tornado Tube with the small opening. Attach another empty […]
The bad air in Denver is notorious. It’s so bad that it has a name – the Brown Cloud. Denver’s location at the foot of the Rocky Mountains make it prone to temperature inversions in which warm air traps cooler air near the ground, preventing pollutants from rising into the atmosphere. What is a temperature […]
Become a UV detective when these seemingly white beads are taken outside to reveal their true colors! Sensitive enough to even work on overcast days.
There are so many creative things to make and do with Spangler Science’s Color Changing UV Beads – that we’re going to focus on how they teach sun safety. Our UV Color Changing Beads are pony beads that are treated so that they react with the sun’s UV rays. The beads are snow white when they are […]
You don’t need to spend a lot of money on science supplies. Heck, with these, all you need to do is turn on the water faucet! 1. Okay, ice is water, right? How do ice skaters glide across the ice so smoothly and quickly? It’s all about the science. Get out a dinner plate and […]
Twenty-seven people have died and President Obama has declared New York a major disaster zone as the Superstorm Sandy continues to move across and devastate the Northeast. Sandy is one of the largest hurricanes to ever strike the United States. The storm covers an area of more an 1,000 miles. The storm has gone from […]
By Blog Editor Susan Wells Do you have amateur ghost hunters running amuck in your house? Or are you looking for a fun activity to do during a Halloween or classroom party? Look no further than our Boo Bubbles experiment. Boo Bubbles are fog-filled touchable, bouncing bubbles. The bubbles actually trap vapor from a mixture […]
No one wants their children to sit on the couch all summer and lose their thirst to wonder, explore, discover and learn. Get off that couch, get outside with your kids and learn something through play. This summer, we are bringing you a new experiment or activity every Monday in our Sick Science! Summer Camp […]