Some easy science experiments for kids include a potato-powered electricity generator, a baking soda and vinegar volcano, and homemade slime. These quick, simple experiments are simultaneously fun and educational. More »

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As of March 2015, two reliable places to find safe and educational science experiments for kids are the websites for the American Chemical Society and Scientific American. Education-focused publications, including Mental... More »

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Some of the most common examples of fun and easy science experiments for kids are making a prism out of a cup of water, rolling a can with static electricity and cleaning pennies with vinegar. Examples of these experimen... More »

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Five of the most common science fair projects are making a baking soda and vinegar volcano, creating a vegetable battery, formulating invisible ink, growing crystals and measuring the effects of tooth decay. These are co... More »

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Some experiments offered through Science Kids include finding out the temperature at which chocolate melts, how to determine lung capacity, how to make an egg float in water and making a volcano from vinegar and other it... More »

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Interesting science experiments for a fifth grade science project include mapping the use of energy, water purification, producing energy efficient windows, heat convection in liquid experiments, how to make lightning an... More »

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Exciting and fun science experiments for kids are floating eggs, vinegar volcano, glowing water, fake snot and dry ice bubble. Additional exciting experiments for kids include ice cube magic, floating ping pong balls, gr... More »

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