Classic Science Experiment With a Holiday Twist!
Baking soda and vinegar chemical reactions are always a favorite of kids! Who wouldn’t love all the bubbling and fizzing fun. What happens when you mix an acid and base? You get a gas called carbon dioxide!
You will need a cauldron (or bowl), baking soda, white vinegar, food coloring, dish soap, and some "eyeballs"!
Add a heaping amount of baking soda to your bowl or cauldron. Place on a tray, in the sink, or outside because this can get messy. Add...
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Science kits are enjoying a lot of popularity these days. Schools, teachers, and parents find them quite useful as they make teaching and learning science fun and interesting for kids.
There are innumerable textbooks and plethora of reading material on science. School libraries and book stores are flooded with them. Though these resources are informative, kids find them quite dull and boring. Thanks to the availability of science kits, learning science will never get so boring again.
Science Kits ensure that learning science is informative...
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In honor of the holiday, we bring you this YouTube video from the science-minded folks at PBS Studios "It's Okay To Be Smart" in which they look into the age-old question: "Is Santa Real?"
We won't spoil the ending (and answer) for you, but we will point out several interesting holiday-related things we learned from the video.
- Thomas Edison introduced Christmas lights to the world in 1880. Before that, people put actual candles with flames on their trees.
- It's a...