Awesome Experiments to do at home – DIY science experiment ideas! In this video I show 14 experiments to do at home, which are perfect DIY science experiments for everyone. These experiment ideas are easy and perfect sensory experiments you can do at home with water and other household items – very affordable! I show how to become a scientist at home, tutorial perfect for beginners in experiment science.
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First DIY science experiment to do at home is milk galaxy! An easy experiment for school using only household items. All you need for a magical galaxy on a plate is hole milk, food coloring and dish soap. This Experiment is so easy and affordable but super fascinating to watch! Children will love it!
Let’s make cute DIY banana messages! All you need is a toothpick and you can make drawings on bananas. What an epic DIY life hack.
One of my favorite experiments to do at home is a DIY lava lamp experiment. You need oil, water, food coloring plus a fizz tablet and you can enjoy such an epic and mesmerizing bubble show! This is a great experiment for adults! A great experiment for a school project as well – all your classmates will be impressed.
An epic edible experiment plus a DIY prank is edible glass aka DIY lollipop. Prank your friends making them believe that you can eat glass 😉 This lollipop looks exactly like glass but tastes amazing.
Amazing volcanic eruptions are definitely a hit with kids. To make these cool sensory experiments you need baking soda, food coloring and vinegar. Another one of my favorite experiments to do at home and amazing experiment for kids.
We must also make some water experiments! In this DIY science experiments video I made two. First one is skittles water experiment. Watch how the skittles will color the water making a beautiful colored display.
Second experiment with water is instant ice! With this amazing water experiment I show you how to freeze ice in seconds. Put a bottle of distilled water in the freezer for about 2 hours and 20 minutes. Now you can grow real ice mountains in front of your eyes.
One of my favorite edible experiments are rainbow spaghetti. This experiment is easy to make, you only need food coloring in rainbow shades. Yummy!
Some liquids don’t mix but they rather float on top of each other due to density. I show a cool DIY density experiment. Children will love making this density tower – definitely an experiment to try at home! When your density tower is built, throw in a fizz tablet and enjoy the show!
Time for a cool glow in the dark experiment which doubles up as a delicious treat. Tonic water contains quinine, which glows under the UV light. I decided to make popsicles using tonic water and I also added some gummy bears to make them even more delicious. Another DIY glow in the dark experiment is slime or oobleck using only two ingredients. Mix cornstarch with water and enjoy this satisfying magical slime which transforms from solid to liquid.
Did you know that you can make your very own rainbow sand at home using rice, vinegar and food coloring! Yup, this is such an easy and cool experiment for kids and adults 🙂 You can use your rainbow sand to play or as a room decor. Put it in a vase and decorate your room with it!
Let’s make some lemon volcanoes! This is an epic science experiment to do at home using household items. Children will be impressed for sure. Things you will need are a lemon, baking soda and optionally food coloring plus dish soap. What an affordable and easy science experiment!
In the video I also show you a melting experiment which shows that some materials and objects change from solid to liquid or even gas when heated. We’re making edible chocolate bowls using balloons. They are perfect for parties since you can decorate them to fit any theme – valentines, Halloween, Easter…
Hope you enjoy these easy science experiments to do at home and let me know in the comments which of these experiment ideas is your favorite.
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Disclaimer: This family friendly video is made for teenagers and adults. Tools used in the tutorials include hot glue, crafting knife and other objects, which are not suitable for people under 13 years old.
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