Click the links to try out our Experiments:
Bob the blob
Vision and Perception with the magician's steal.
Reaction times and dropping rulers.
Creating experiments and Pendulums.
Measuring speed, the relationship between distance and time
Balls, and the co-efficient of bouncing.
Marble runs and gravity.
Miraculous Motion for Homeschoolers 2018
Make it matter
Fluorescence and Glow Goo
Solutions, solvents, and sneaky, sneaky Iodine.
Participating in Precipitation! - Raining Dust, making solids out of two different liquids.
Breathing Fire, Deflagration, and Surface area!
eARTH AND sPACE Sciences
Planets and notes
Stars, the Universe, and Doppler
Matchstick Rockets and Notes
Sundials and Notes
Volcano theory and activity
Clouds, and notes
Wind spirals, wind cannon, and notes
Water and notes
Vortexes, cyclones and tornadoes - notes
Atoms and Rainbows - Notes
Simple Spectrometry - DANGER: LIFE FIRE!
Chemical indicators and red cabbage juice - Notes
Magma lamps (NOT lava lamps!!) - Notes
Density cylinders and Notes
Plastics and Gak
Oobleck - the non-newtonian fluid. #CreatingScienceOobleck
#CreatingScienceChemiluminescence and glow sticks
Our sense of Hearing and notes, with the Reversible ears.
Chemoreception - sense of taste and smell, notes and sherbet.
Fun with our sense of Sight, and notes.
Learn about our sense of touch.
The joy of balance with our own Australian hopping mouse.
tried and tested for ages 4 and up!
Looking for some FUN science activities to try out with your peeps? We have a bunch of them here, for free! A bunch of cool science experiments and activities for you to try yourself, at home, with generally recycled materials.
You'll learn much more than some great science idea's, you'll learn how to think like a scientist as well!
To help you set up your own science lab, you’ll first need a CLEAN space to work from. We recommend a non-carpeted hard floor, or you’ll need to throw down a drop sheet to pick up any mess before it hits mum’s carpet. Next – think safety:
• Wear and old shirt or art smock. Or even better, get yourself a lab coat from www.CreatingScience.Org
• Make sure you tie back any long hair, and that you wear covered shoes.
If you’re using any fire or chemicals, you’ll need to go the next step:
• Wear eye protection, such as safety glasses.
• Wear gloves to handle any dirt or chemicals.
• Have a fire extinguisher and know your fire action plan!
Every science lab benefits from a few nifty tools lying around:
• Scissors, sticky tape, Blue Tac, some clear plastic cups.
So remember to grab yourself a grownup helper, and lets get sciency!!