Weight of a Car Experiment- How much a Car weighs


How much does your car weigh? This is a simple but great science experiment to find out the weight of a car without actually weighing it. Materials Required: Ruler Card boards Tire Gauge Car Note:…

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Drive a Boat Using Soap


Aim: To study the effect of soap molecules spreading in water using an interesting experiment. Materials required: A large pan with some water in it. Some foil paper. A pair of scissors. A soap solution….

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Water Trick – A science Fair Project with Cold and Hot Water


Materials Required: A sink or basin A square piece of waxed paper Red and green food colour Cold water Hot water Two identical jars Procedure: Pour hot water into one of the jars. Carefully, position…

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Fireproof Balloons Experiment


Fire proof Balloons To raise the temperature of iron is easier than to raise the temperature of water! It takes just 1/10th time to raise the temperature of 1 gram of iron than it does…

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Floating-Sinking Eyedropper Experiment


What happens when you squeeze a bottle of water? What happens to the floatong objects in it when you squeeze? Do they go up or down? They go up don’t they? Let us see if…

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