The floating egg experiment is a great way to introduce density to the kids.
Bouncing Eggs Experiment.
Place the egg in the glass and add vinegar to cover. Please leave it to soak overnight, and then look at the egg.
You may need to leave the egg for three days or more. Eventually, the eggshell will dissolve completely.
Look! It is bouncing.
Day 5: Density
Last Day of Holidays Program.
Our Little Scientists have a blast experimenting with gravity by having a water balloon throw down!
….we enjoyed our giant bubble.
Till we meet again next year with another theme.
Day 4: Simple Machines
Simple machines are all around us and help make our work easier. Simple machines have always fascinated kids. They love to build them and explore them. It is more fun when you have something to lift with your pulley. We placed a couple of marbles, chickpeas and a toy car in ours.
A pulley is a simple machine that is used to lift objects. We made our pulley today. It works.
We tried an experiment to show how levers work. We experimented with how moving the fulcrum (the tension point in the middle of the plane) made lifting the book either more challenging or easier, depending on how you moved it—having the fulcrum closest to the object, lifting made it almost effortless.
Day 3: Physics
Our Little Scientist introduces to Physics. They enjoy their push and pull activities.
They learned that the higher the ramp, the farther the car could go.
Slime helps kids get in touch with almost all the senses: they focus on how it feels, sounds, looks, and smells.
Day 2: Electricity
Today, our little scientists learn to assemble the open and close circuit with conductors and insulators.
Besides, they also experiment with lemon batteries and static electricity.
Let the picture tell the story.
School holidays are here!
Day 1: Chemistry
Our Little Scientist kick starts today with the apple browning experiment.
Teacher, even it is brown, we still can eat the apples, right? – asked our little scientist.
Correct. We can still eat the apple, dear.
Teacher, when we cut an apple into slices, the enzymes in the apple react with the oxygen in the air – another little scientist responded.
Great job, my Little Scientist.
Salt Painting Science Experiment is fun to combine art and science. It is also a visual and hands-on way for children to learn about absorption by transforming their white glue drawings into colourful designs.