Non-Newtonian fluids are an aspect of science that is simple, interesting, and a lot of fun. Non-Newtonian fluid experiments are also inexpensive; there are only two ingredients and both are probably already in your pantry. There are so many cool experiments to keep kids busy and their imaginations soaring, and most of them don’t cost […]
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What do you get when you combine water, cornstarch, an amplifier and a speaker? (Besides a mess.) You make cornstarch monsters. Depending on the frequency played through the speaker and the vibrations it makes, the cornstarch will move and dance. Cornstarch is a non-Newtonian fluid which means it becomes a solid when it is under […]
Special fluorescent ingredient added to create an eerie glow in the dark. The perfect slime for Halloween, but is sure to amaze and excite any time of year.
Comes with 1 gallon of Slime Goo, 9 different ingredients and 30 shaker cups and lids to send your guests home with a perfect batch of slime.
There’s just something irresistible about sinking your hands into a bowl of perfectly mixed cornstarch and water. This popular science activity has nicknames like Oobleck and Cornstarch Quicksand, but scientists refer to this substance that behaves like both a solid and a liquid as a Non-Newtonian fluid. Steve Spangler calls it the perfect science demo […]
What’s so scientific about your holiday gravy? Isn’t gravy just, well, food? Food we put on mashed potatoes and turkey at Thanksgiving and Christmas and Sunday and, well, pretty much any time? How could gravy have anything to do with science? Here’s the thing, drooling holiday turkey & gravy lovers: gravy-making is all about the science of […]
Isabella is a 5-year-old super science kid who lives in Caguas, Puerto Rico. She has been conducting science experiments since she was two years old. Isabella is a very curious child. She wants to know how things work, she’s very interested in nature, animals, the weather all those things fascinate her. When she was a […]
During the month of March, everything starts to turn green, and not just the grass and trees. It’s leprechaun season. Time to catch a sneaky little devil who hides gold coins while wreaking havoc all over. For years, we have shared our secret for surprising the kiddos on St. Paddy’s Day morning by turning all […]
What does 3,000 Alka-Seltzer Tablets, 3,000 film canisters and Steve Spangler have in common with the Ellen DeGeneres Show? Steve demonstrated the explosive power of carbon dioxide when thousands of film canisters rained down on the Ellen set Wednesday. Cameras were covered, Ellen dressed in a rain coat, safety goggles and a hard hat and […]