Posts Tagged ‘rock candy’

Science Experiments with Demo Videos

September 12th, 2017

 

It’s Tuesday, September 12, 2017, and time for Science at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

Weird Science Kids

(weirdsciencekids.com/FunExperiments.html)

Age Range: 5-13 (Grades K-8 approximately, with parental supervision)

 

This ad-supported website strives to inspire children through interactive science experiments that encourage discovery, spark imagination, and develop scientific literacy. It offers an array of free, fun science experiments you can do at home – and many include a demonstration video along with the instructions!

When you get to site, you’ll see a menu of enticing science activities you can do or make such as: 

  • Fake Blood
  • Ink and Secret Messages
  • Lumpy Liquids and Squishy Solids
  • Snowstorm in a Can
  • Mentos Geyser
  • Floating Paper Clip
  • Cloud in a Bottle
  • Oobleck and Glurch
  • Silly Putty
  • Worlds Simplest Motor
  • Mold Science
  • Dry Ice Experiments
  • Flying Toilet Paper
  • Iron Extraction-Total Cereal
  • Ivory Soap Microwave Experiment
  • Build a Periscope
  • DNA Extraction
  • Make Rock Candy – and many more!

Click on any one, and a new page opens with a materials list, instructions, pictures, illustrations, and in many cases – a video demonstration. You’ll also learn the science behind the experiment.

American Museum of Natural History’s “Ology”

March 8th, 2016

 

It’s Tuesday, March 8, 2016, and time for Science at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

American Museum of Natural History’s “Ology”

(www.amnh.org/ology/)

Age Range: All (All grades; children with parental supervision)

 

The suffix “ology” refers to the study or a particular field or academic discipline. At this website sponsored by the American Museum of Natural History you can explore archaeology, marine biology, paleontology, and other fields of science such as genetics, astronomy, biodiversity, earth science, physics and more!

When you get to the site, you may be overwhelmed with all of the fun choices. On the left of the screen, the “Find Stuff to See and Do” link will bring you to the list of programs found at the museum along with links to other resources.

In the center of the main menu, explore some of the fields of science. There will be links for games, stories, hands-on activities and videos

  • Astronomy – Go on a solar system scavenger hunt.
  • Biodiversity – Play a game to learn about the plants and animals in an African rain forest.
  • Earth – Grow rock candy and meet some geologists.
  • Physics – Learn more about Albert Einstein.
  • Genetics – Become a DNA detective or take a mystery photo challenge.
  • Marine Biology – Journey to deep sea vents.
  • Paleontology – Meet T. Rex and the strange members of his family tree.
  • Water – Solve story puzzles to find out how things live in the Arctic.
  • Archaeology – See if you can find the lost Spanish mission.

There are many engaging educational games and activities to bring out the “Ologist” in you!

Science Experiments with Demo Videos!

May 6th, 2014

 

It’s Tuesday, May 6, 2014, and time for Science at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

 

Weird Science Kids

 

Age Range: 5-13 (Grades K-8, with parental supervision)

 

This ad-supported website strives to inspire children through interactive science experiments that encourage discovery, spark imagination, and develop scientific literacy. It offers an array of free, fun science experiments you can do at home – and many include a demonstration video along with the instructions!
When you get to site, you’ll see a menu of enticing science activities you can do or make such as:
* Fake Blood
* Ink and Secret Messages
* Lumpy Liquids and Squishy Solids
* Snowstorm In A Can
* Mentos Geyser
* Floating Paper Clip
* Cloud in a Bottle
* Oobleck and Glurch
* Silly Putty
* Worlds Simplest Motor
* Mold Science
* Dry Ice Experiments
* Flying Toilet Paper
* Remove Iron From Breakfast Cereal
* Ivory Soap Microwave Experiment
* Build A Periscope
* DNA Extraction
* Make Rock Candy – and many more!

Click on any one, and a new page opens with a materials list, instructions, pictures, illustrations, and in many cases – a video demonstration. You’ll also learn the science behind the experiment.

Science Experiments with Demo Videos!

April 26th, 2011

Hi!  It’s Tuesday, April 26, 2011 and time for Science at ClickSchooling!

Recommended Website:
Weird Science Kids

Age Range: 5-13 (About grades K-8, with parental supervision.)

This ad-supported website strives to inspire children through interactive science experiments that encourage discovery, spark imagination, and develop scientific literacy. It offers an array of free, fun science experiments you can do at home – and many include a demonstration video along with the instructions! 

When you get to site, you’ll see a menu of enticing science activities you can do or make such as:

  • Fake Blood
  • Ink and Secret Messages
  • Lumpy Liquids and Squishy Solids
  • Snowstorm In A Can
  • Mentos Geyser
  • Floating Paper Clip
  • Cloud in a Bottle
  • Oobleck and Glurch
  • Silly Putty
  • Worlds Simplest Motor
  • Mold Science
  • Dry Ice Experiments
  • Flying Toilet Paper
  • Remove Iron From Breakfast Cereal
  • Ivory Soap Microwave Experiment
  • Build A Periscope
  • DNA Extraction
  • Make Rock Candy – and many more!

Click on any one, and a new page opens with a materials list, instructions, pictures, illustrations, and in many cases – a video demonstration.  You’ll also learn the science behind the experiment.

Enjoy!

 

Diane Flynn Keith
for ClickSchooling
http://www.ClickSchooling.com

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