Learn about why things dissolve with six hands-on activities, including crystals, bath bombs, and more.
Science Mom investigates what color blood really is, and why veins appear blue.
Water is known as the "universal solvent," but there's one thing it does not dissolve: oil. In this installment we explore some of the amazing things you can do with these two very different liquids.
In this Science Guide we explore how and why water freezes with 5 fun investigations (and enjoy some homemade ice cream too).
Gravity isn't the only force that makes water move. In small spaces, capillary action can take water any direction. We explore both of these aspects with papertowels and siphons.
Water has the strongest surface tension of any non-metallic liquid. In this guide we explore just how strong surface tension is--and how it can change--through several hands-on activities.
Come explore cohesion and the basic physics of forces with The Gravity Defying Lid, a Magic Screen, and Hot and Cold Water Cups.