To Help Kids Learn & Have Fun During COVID-19
Most Schools are closed, and you are looking for something different and want a break from the schoolwork. Kitchen Science is a great way to explore science in your own kitchen. It teaches kids that science doesn’t require expensive and hard to find chemicals or a fancy lab.
We have listed our favorite experiments below with materials you can use at home with the family. View each experiment to see the steps and learn the science behind the different hands-on projects.
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We also have our live classes on Kitchen Science! Kids can experiment with us live online with our Science Teacher. Students learn about the science behind each hands-on experiment, can interact with other students, and ask questions. Registration is now open!
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Kitchen Science Experiments
Make your very own Dr. Seuss Oobleck mixture!
Materials: Cornstarch, water, foil tray or bowl. Read More
Remove the shell from an egg, without breaking anything. All it takes is some patience and science!
Materials: Eggs, vinegar & large glass or cup Read More
Make your very own Lava Lamp and learn about density, chemical reaction & carbon dioxide.
Materials: Oil, water, food coloring, & alka seltzer Read More
A cool experiment that looks at exothermic reaction & catalyst.
Materials: hydrogen peroxide, dry yeast, water, dishwashing liquid soap, food coloring, bottle, cup, spoon, funnel Read More
Learn about Density and the effect of Salt Water.
Materials: Eggs, water, salt, cups Read More
Learn about the different vitamins & minerals in milk.
Materials: Whole Milk, food coloring, dish washing soap. Read More
Similar to Slime but better! Learn about Chemical Reactions & Polymers.
Materials: Liquid Glue, liquid starch or liquid detergent (Tide), plastic cups, spoons & a straw. Read More