Science Magic at Home is the perfect way to have fun learning science at home or at school. This collection of 20 classic Science Magic Tricks and Science Challenges will keep kids engaged with hands-on science fun for hours, if not days or even weeks! Each activity uses common household materials and is explained with a short demonstration video. Explanations of the science principles involved are provided but not before students answer a challenge question with immediate feedback. Each experiment is accompanied by a link for students to do more in depth reading about the science concept involved. All Science Magic Tricks and Science Challenges are safe but ADULT SUPERVISION is strongly recommended. This really shouldn’t be a problem since the adults are going to love the activities as much as the kids! Science Magic at Home is filled with enough science fun for the whole family! Oh, and did we mention? Its absolutely FREE!
Empower your students to direct their own learning with this interactive eLearning lesson from Gonyo Science. The new responsive design allows students to view the content on any device from desktop or notebook computers to tablets and mobile phones!
Science Magic Tricks:
Leak Proof Baggy - round pencils, zipper lock bag (quart size), water
The Spinning Match - plastic cup, match stick or toothpick, two nickels
The Magic Tube - tissue toilet paper roll, rubber band, salt, wooden dowel or wooden spoon
The Do Not Open Bottle - water, sharpie, thumb tack, 1 liter plastic bottle with cap
Saw Through Potato - raw potato, drinking straw
Flying Ping Pong Ball - ping pong ball, hair dryer, toilet paper roll,
Stuck Like Glue - plate, paper towel, water, wide mouth jar, lighter or matches
Fire Resistant Water Balloon - balloons, candle, water, lighter or matches
The Levitating Match - 3 matches, matchbox
Balancing Utensils - heavy drinking glass, toothpick, fork, spoon, matches
Balancing Nails- hammer, 12 identical nails, wood block
Huff n Puff - 1 liter plastic bottle, small piece of paper, drinking straw
The Singing Glasses - 2 wine glasses, water, toothpick
Newton’s Bottle - empty bottle (plastic or glass), dollar bill, quarters
The Coin Tower - coins, dinner knife
Soda Can Jump - soda can, two coffee cups
Money Under Bottle - empty bottle, dollar bill
The Coin Drop - note card, drinking glass, pennies
The Static Flyer - cotton towel, plastic produce bag, scissors, balloon
The Centripetal Force Penny - wire hanger, penny, abundance of practice and patience
This eLearning lesson can be run directly from the Quick Link provided with your free download and includes all HTML5 files to upload to your own LMS, link to Google Classroom, or run directly from a flash drive. Instructions included.
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