How do you know when a chemical change has occurred? Help your students find the answer! Find this and other middle school science activities.

Kristin Lee

How do you know when a chemical change has occurred? Help your students find the answer! Find this and other middle school science activities.

Best science experiment ever!  Make a fatastic eruption with hydrogen peroxide, yeast, soap, and food coloring! Perfect for science shows for all ages: preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school!  Even adults enjoy this one!

Science Experiment: Elephant Toothpaste

Best science experiment ever! Make a fatastic eruption with hydrogen peroxide, yeast, soap, and food coloring! Perfect for science shows for all ages: preschool, kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school! Even adults enjoy this one!

Balloon magic - a fun science activity where you inflate a balloon using baking soda and vinegar || Gift of Curiosity

Balloon magic with baking soda and vinegar

Pop Rocks Science Exploring Viscosity. Explore sense of sound, non-newtonian fluids and liquids.

Pop Rocks Science Exploring Viscosity with Pop Rocks

Pop Rocks Science Exploring Viscosity. Explore sense of sound, non-newtonian fluids and liquids.

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