In this easy science experiment, Lauren shows us how to extract DNA from a strawberry using common household materials. Connect with curiosity!
Even if you’ve never heard of chromatography, you have probably seen it in action. Chromatography is a process of separating a mixture of chemicals into various parts. It can be used in forensics and for testing food, beverages, and prescription drugs. In this at-home experiment, we use water, markers, and paper towel strips to better… Continue reading
In this at-home activity, learn to utilize the forces of capillary action to make a planter at home that will water itself. Plants use capillary action to draw water from the ground up into their roots and stems in order to survive. Capillary action is able to work against gravity because the forces that keep… Continue reading
Did you know that fire doesn’t like carbon dioxide? In this at-home science video, watch how Kelsey makes carbon dioxide with common kitchen materials, and how you can use that creation to put out a small flame. Connect with curiosity!
Singing goblets! In this at-home activity, learn how to make musical sounds with just a glass and some water. The key is sound vibrations; as our fingers run along the rim of the glass, the friction causes the glass to vibrate and make the noise that we hear. We can change the noise, or the… Continue reading
In this at-home lesson, learn how to ‘pull’ off the classic tablecloth magic trick by understanding Isaac Newton’s Laws of Motion for an activity that everyone can participate in!