Squishy Circuits – Chemical Crafts | Tinker Lab at Home – Cool Chemistry Experiments

https://www.butterflyfields.com/ For Squishy Circuits Safety Materials are provided in the kit : a pair of rubber gloves , goggles , apron. Battery Operated SQUISHY CIRCUITS made using Coloured Clay Dough, organic turmeric powder and LED’s Electric play dough for girls & boys age 4+. Build squishy butterfly , squishy penguin, squishy turtle , squishy caterpillar,…

Glitter Slime – Chemistry Crafts | Tinker Lab at Home – Cool Chemistry experiments

https://www.butterflyfields.com/ We are Teachers, Engineers, Designers, Architect, Microbiologist, Mathematician – we are the Innovation & Design team at Butterflyfields. The products have been designed after understanding the needs of Indian education system through 1000+ hours of teacher interactions, 10,000+ hours of student interactions. Each product comes through 100+ hours of dedicated R&D and has been…

17 Easy Science Experiments & Tricks You Can Show at School by Crafty Panda

Have you ever wanted to do some awesome science experiments but never knew how? We bring you a whole bunch of awesome DIY science ideas to try doing yourself at home or at school! Shock your friends and family by creating a charger out of lemons or creating an exploding foam! All of these cool…

5 Ideal Gas Law Experiments  – PV=nRT or PV=NkT

5 Ideal Gas Law Experiments – PV=nRT or PV=NkT

The ideal gas law may at first seem very abstract but it’s surprisingly easy to demonstrate the the various relationships between the elements. This video gives 5 simple experiments that you can do at home or in the classroom that doesn’t require specialized lab equipment. Blog Link: https://youcanscienceit.com/2016/03/14/5-ideal-gas-law-experiments-pvnrt-and-pvnkt/ Linkography: source

Valentines Day Science Fun – Cool Science Experiments

Valentines Day Science Fun – Cool Science Experiments

Check out this and other cool science experiments at http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiments/ Sometimes two people just have a certain “chemistry” in their relationship… what better time to explore the chemistry behind love than for Valentine’s Day? Okay, so Steve Spangler doesn’t really have a special formula for the science of relationships, but he does have some fun…