Glowing Liquid Experiment

Ingredients: 1 Black Light (easily purchased at Walmart or online) 1 Bottle of Tonic Water OR 1 Highlighter Marker A Dark Room (If you chose a highlighter over the tonic water you will need a small glass with a small amount of water. Make sure that it is a clear glass.) Instructions: 1. If you…

Solar Cooker

Solar Hot Dog Cooker

This is a great project to do in science class or as a project with your kids. You usually see kids outside with lemonade stands and Kool-Aid stands, but you don’t see a hot dog stand very often! Even better, there’s no fire used. All your kids will need is good strong sunlight. If you…

Make Your Own Lightning

How To Make Lightening In this experiment, you’re going to be given two different methods for creating lightning at home. You can use this experiment during a science fair to simulate lightning as it occurs in nature. The items needed are usually found at home and this experiment is low in cost, requiring most to…

Fog Formation

For this project, you’ll be conducting an experiment. What makes fog? The project, itself, is a simple one and will only take about 2 to 3 hours to complete. This is a very good topic for science fairs if you’re willing to do a bit more research than “hands on” experimentation. Necessary Items: *Journal *Pencil…