Ahh Stinky, Smelly, Science! In this easy kitchen experiment we make a indicator solution using the juice of a red cabbage, or is it blue, or pink…wait now its red! Get ready for some colour changing fun.
A fun, fizzy, foaming, fantastic eruption made by reacting Bi-Carb with lemon juice inside a lemon.
This simple slime recipe is sticky, messy, fun that looks good enough to eat because it is! This slime only takes a few minutes to make, and you can make all sorts of different flavoured and coloured slime.
Have you ever wondered what makes the bubbles in honeycomb? This super simple kitchen experiment is a fun and tasty way to explore bicarbonate soda reactions.
Learn about simple circuits and make your own light up headband. This project uses sewable components and conductive thread to make a headband that lights up when the buttons are snapped together. The sewable components are wearable e-textiles, they have large sew tabs to allow them to be sewn into fabric. Various input, output, power and sensor boards are available. They’re even washable (with special care)!