Take-It-Further Resources

As a way of saying thank you, we’ve created a resource packet with take-it-further activities.

Mad Scientist Laboratory

Density differences cause objects to “float” in liquids that are already stacked on top of each other:

Amazing 9 Layer Density Tower

Cooking up Kitchen science with sugar water:

Colorful Sugar Water Density Tower

It’s Electric

Simple circuits help you see what moving electrons can do and reveal ways to control them:

Making a Circuit

A real, working battery made from ordinary, household items powers an LED light right in your kitchen:

Ice-Tray Battery


Blow a bubble inside a bubble inside a bubble:

A Bubble Inside a Bubble Inside a Bubble

Blow a boat-load of bubbles that make an incredible, soapy serpent. You can even color them:

Bubble Snakes – Bubble Blower

Water Magic

This mysterious powder makes water disappear and is the perfect tool for pranks, tricks and the science fair:

Water Gel Tricks and Pranks

Turn the glass over and nothing spills:

Floating Water

Newton’s Antics

You reveal the inertia portion of Newton’s First Law of Motion with paper money, a few coins, and two soda bottles:

Newton’s Bottle (Dollar Bill Inertia Trick)

A little magnetism helps you balance a wobbly tower of hex nuts on the narrow rim of a glass:

Balancing Hex Nut Challenge