Bottle Crusher | Quick and Easy Water Bottle Activity for Kids

Today we have a quick and easy project for you and your children. It is called the Bottle Crusher. This is a fun water bottle activity kids can do at home.

Your child will be using hot and cold water to crush a bottle.

While doing this experiment, children will learn about temperature and pressure.

Below is what you need for the Bottle Crusher activity…

-Water Bottle

-Hot and Cold Water

Below is a video showing you step-by-step how to do this project. This video comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please like and subscribe if you enjoy the content.

Have a great time with this fun water bottle activity!

Easy Electric Circuit Experiment For Kids

My son loves science kits. We recently built a battery operated domino robot from a kit. After observing his interest, I decided to research robots that could be made with homemade materials. As a result, we found an easy electric circuit experiment for kids.

We decided to start with a simple circuit project, where we lit a LED light bulb using batteries. Surprisingly, it was easy to do. However, parents need to be present when their children are doing this experiment.

Below is what you need…

2 Alligator Clips

2 AA Batteries

AA Battery Pack

LED 5mm Light Bulb

Below is a video showing you step-by-step how to do this easy electric circuit experiment for kids.

We hope you enjoy it. There will be more easy robotic projects coming soon.

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Fun Guessing Food Game | Awesome Sense of Taste Challenge for Kids

Today we have a fun activity for you and your family. You will playing the Guessing Food Game. We had a wonderful time doing this challenge.

It easy to do with the food you have at home. Also, it is an opportunity to either expose or review the sense of taste with young children.

My son, Cory, and I both gathered food from the kitchen. After we put on blindfolds, we tasted the food and guessed it’s name.

Cory gave me an unexpected food to taste and I immediately had to spit it out. You can see this in the video below. We show you step-by-step how to do this fun challenge.

This video comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please like the video and subscribe if you enjoy the activity.

We hope you enjoy this fun guessing food game with family and friends

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3 Fun Science Activities for Kindergarten and Up

Today, I will give you three fun science activities for kindergarten and up. These projects will amaze your children. They will turn water from clear to colored, move salt and pepper with a balloon (without touching it), and make an oboe with a straw.

All these projects require household materials such as a straw, food coloring, a balloon, fleece or wool material.

Below is a video from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures, showing you how to do each project step by step.

Your children will learn how to do a fun magic trick, make static electricity, and create an instrument with scissors and a straw.

We hope you enjoy these awesome science activities for kindergarten and up.

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How To Make Fluffy Snowman Slime | Easy Slime Recipe for Kids

Slime is always a fun STEM project for kids. We have made glow in the dark slime, monster slime, and basic slime. Today, we have a fun and interesting project for kids to try. They will make Fluffy Snowman Slime! This is an easy slime recipe for kids that uses household materials.

The materials needed are…

Glue

Shaving Cream

Water

Borax

While shaping the slime into a snowman, kids may notice that the slime is fluffy and starts to act like a liquid. The slime is fluffy, which is most likely a different texture than other slimes you have made, because of the shaving cream.

My son loved doing this project. He played with the slime for 45 minutes.

Below is a step-by-step video of how to make the Snowman Slime. This video comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please like and subscribe to the channel if you find the content helpful.

Enjoy making this easy slime recipe!

How To Make A Volcano for Kids (With Eggs)!

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Eggs can be a wonderful food to eat. Many would argue that they have a lot of nutrition. We often eat eggs for breakfast. However, a lot of people don’t know that eggs are great for science experiments. In the past, we have made bouncy eggs, glow in the dark eggs, erupting eggs, egg drop and more. Today we will show you how to make a volcano for kids (with eggs)!

Below is what you need for this experiment…

Water

Eggs

Baking Soda

Food Coloring

Vinegar

Paint brush

Most likely, you will find these items in your home. If so, I encourage you to get started right away. Your kids will love this experiment! It has many elements of fun such as mixing, painting, and an explosion.

Your child will see how the vinegar and baking soda create a chemical reaction. The use of eggs makes the experiment more dramatic.

Below is a video showing you step-by-step how to make a volcano for kids (with eggs)! This video comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. If you enjoy the content, please like the video and subscribe to the channel.

We hope you enjoy this experiment!

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Fun Chemical Experiment To Do At Home | Tube Lava Volcano for Kids

We love chemical reactions! Today we have a fun activity for you. It is a simple chemical experiment to do at home. We call it the Tube Lava Volcano. It uses household materials such as….

Water

Dish Soap

Alka Seltzer

Vegetable Oil

Food Coloring

Test Tube

We learned about this experiment from our local science center. My son liked this activity so much, he conducted the experiment twice. He also wanted to make a video about it.

Below is a video from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures, showing you step-by-step how to do the Lava Tube Volcano. If you enjoy the content, please like the video and subscribe to the channel.

There is so much to see in this experiment. They will see that water and oil do not mix. Also, your kids will observe how Alka Seltzer reacts with water and oil. Ask your children if the food coloring mixes with the oil or water. Furthermore, have them note what happens once the dish detergent is added to the mixture.

Have fun with this awesome chemical experiment to do at home!

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Science Balloon Experiment | Inflating Balloons With Temperature

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There are so many fun activities you can do with balloons. We love to use balloons in our science experiments. We have made balloon launchers, rockets, and used balloons to make static electricity. Today we will show you how to inflate and deflate a balloon using various temperatures. This is a fun science balloon experiment for kids.

We like this activity because it is fun and educational. Your child will be amazed at the power of changing temperatures.

You need household materials for this activity. They are…

Balloon

Water

2 Liter Bottle

Ice

Below is a video showing you how to do the experiment. It comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please like and subscribe to the channel if you find the content helpful.

In the video description, we explain the science behind this activity.

We hope you enjoy this fun science balloon experiment.

Fun Science Kit for Kids | Making Snow

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Two years ago my son got a Christmas gift that he loved. It was the National Geographic Science Magic Kit. It is an amazing kit with 10 science experiments. Each experiment is designed to perform as a magic trick. We want to tell you about one amazing project we did with this fun science kit for kids.

We were able to make snow using the National Geographic Science Magic Kit. It only took two simple steps. My son especially liked using the magic wand while make the snow. Additionally the snow is fun to play with after it is made.

This science kit comes with everything you need (except water) to do all the activities. It has wonderful activities to show off to family and friends. Additionally, it is fun and educationally!

Below is a video showing you step by step how to do this project. It comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please subscribe if you find the content helpful.

We have another video showing you the National Geographic Science Magic kit in more detail. In this video, we show you how to make catchable bubbles.

Enjoy this fun science kit for kids. You won’t be sorry!

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Fun Science At Home for Kids | How To Make a Chicken Sound | Chicken In A Cup

Want to try fun science at home? Today we will show you a fun and easy science experiment called Chicken in a Cup. Kids will learn how to make a chicken sound using the science of vibrations.

My son loves doing science experiments. This week we went to our local science museum where they had a two hour time entry. There was so much to explore within those two hours. However, my son decided to stay at the lab doing science experiments.

When we saw the Chicken in a Cup activity, we couldn’t believe a cup could make a chicken sound. Therefore, we had to try it.

The best thing about this activity is you will most likely be able to find the materials required in your home. Below is what you need…

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Once your child has completed this activity, they will be able to make a funny chicken sound with the cup. It works because of the science of sound and vibrations.

The video below will show you how to make the Chicken in a Cup. It also explains how it works. The video comes from my son’s YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please subscribe and like the video if you enjoy the content.

Enjoy this simple STEM activity!

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