A few fun little experiments you can do with the candy you get at Valentines’
Make a musical instrument and learn how actual instruments work with just a straw.
As Halloween approaches, make your own slime with your kids.
Some spooky bubbles as we get close to Halloween.
Learn the science behind glow sticks and chemiluminescence.
See the power of the sun and the impact it has on various colors.
The sun’s energy really heated things up in this week’s experiment.
See the impact that a cumulative force of rubber bands has on a watermelon.
Today we learned some of the science behind the colors, shapes and workings of fireworks.
Amy finds a little surprise in the water and that leads to a little science lesson.
We decided to “Chill” a little at the Freeborn County Fair
See how a simple force with simple notebooks can result in a very large force.
See how some colored water will never mix when combined with oil.
This week’s experiment had a few issues to start, but later Amy had a blast!
See how iron is added into some breakfast foods.
See if Amy can follow the water in this science adapted version of the shell game.
See how “Eggcellent” this week’s experiment was.
The pressure is really on Amy for this week’s experiment.
Today’s experiment is an oldie but a goodie that requires you keep a close eye on it.
Here is a good way to have a little fun with air pressure and see how well your family follows directions.
See what happens when we generate mini lightning in the studio today.
We had quite a vanishing act in today’s segment.
We made quite a mess in the studio with today’s demonstration!
Watch Amy disappear in under a second when we create a cloud in the studio.
Hydrogen may be the energy source of the future.
Popsicle sticks can hold a lot of energy.
A little milk, soap and food coloring making for some fun.
A cheap classic science experiment that your kids are sure to love.
This week’s Friday Fun segment: Making Ice Cream
Today’s fun includes six dozen eggs and Amy walking over them.