Explore with Dr Julie one of the properties of water called adhesion.
Air Pressure Experiment - Cup on Card Demo
Learn about air pressure with this simple cup on card demo that you can try at home.
What would you choose to use to pop a balloon? A skewer or some orange peel? Come and pop some balloons with Dr Julie.
Discover new ways to explore the elasticity of bubble film with Dr Julie
On your marks... Get set... Go! A race track like no other that shows how bubbles are tensile and elastic. Can you make a longer track or one with more bubbles? What happens? To make your own you need: hooks, string and a piece of wood. Don't have those? No problem - a bunch of items can be recycled into a bubble racetrack. I've used rubber bands, cotton, nails, pins and even a cardboard base.
Buoyancy at Home
The science behind buoyancy - and a little demonstration you can do at home.
Cloud in a jar | Weather Science
Make a cloud inside your very own home! Explore some weather science with this very simple experiment. Safety warning: this experiment requires a responsible adult.
Coin Illusion | The Science of Magic
A deceptive illusion using just a coin, a glass and some water. Try this simple experiment to learn about the science of magic!
Columns Experiment - Science of Strong Shapes
Are circle columns stronger than square columns? This simple experiment for kids explores the science and engineering of strong shapes! The paper columns are crushed by heavy books.
Conservation of Energy - Ball Drop
Where does energy come from? Where does it go? Let's explore the conservation of energy with using the simplest items you can find around your home.
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