By Blog Editor Susan Wells During Weather and Science Day, we launched a weather balloon to the edge of space. The balloon didn’t need a pilot, but we thought a scientist onboard would help bring some perspective and a first hand account of what it was like to soar 93,000 feet above the earth. Beaker […]
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Use density to create a colorful rainbow inside a straw in this SICK Science lab that is the epitome of “kitchen science” making science accessible and fun!
Is it magic or science? Learn the science, master the trick, and then blow your audience away with your scientific trickery.
Make amazing white on blue prints with your favorite objects. Learn about the nature of sunlight and how light-sensitive chemicals work.
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Explore centripetal force with a memorable & attention-grabbing lab, both visually & audibly! The most annoying lab you’ll want to keep doing again & again.
Create a wave bottle, lava lamp, & chemistry rocket. Learn about the polarity of liquids & the classic acid-base reaction. SICK Science video link included.
Introduce young scientists to the concepts of renewable energy, sustainable living, and much more.
Offers an exceptional opportunity to teach about chemistry, oxidation states, and catalysts. Great for classrooms or a young magician.