Demonstration of How Osmosis Works

  Osmosis is a process in which different concentrations of solutions move through semi-permeable membranes. The transfer occurs from the highest concentration to the lowest. Osmotic pressure is a term used to explain the force with which the molecules transfer from the solution of higher concentration into the solution of lower concentration. Osmosis occurs throughout…

Oil Producing Algae

  Grades 6, 7, and 8 Category – Earth Science Main objective: This project focuses on the oil content that is produced in different types of algae. This is done by comparing the beading water droplets on the surface of the algae plants. The goal is for the student to test and hypothesize about the…

Hot Water Convection

This experiment is designed illustrate how hot springs work and where the hot water is coming from.It shows hot water convection very well to the students . Because hot water is being used and to prevent accidents, an adult should always be assisting. (Adult supervision recommended.) Supplies You Will Need: 4 identical, clear, jars Hot…

Basic Blood Types

Discovering Blood Type Compatibility

Discovering Blood Type Compatibility This is a great science project for younger kids, to introduce them to how blood types work. There are four different blood types, and this experiment shows kids that some types are compatible, while others aren’t. While supervision will be required in case things get messy, this is an inexpensive and…