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: Make sure you have the assistance of an adult. Principle: This experiment works on the simple principle that the car’s total weight is distributed among […]

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Sound Through Different Mediums

Aim: To conduct a simple experiment to understand how sound is transmitted through different mediums. Materials required: Coat hanger. A 3 or 4 feet long piece of thread. Procedure: Loop the middle of the thread over the hook of the coat hanger and wraps the ends around the index finger on each of your hands. Stick your index fingers into […]

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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. A matchstick. Procedure: Perfectly flatten the foil paper using a flat surface and then cut out a ‘boat’ using scissors. (don’t worry, it is just […]

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Catherine Wheel using a Milk Carton

Aim: To demonstrate the working of a Catherine wheel or turbine and understand Newton’s third law using a simple experiment. Materials required: Some water. An empty milk carton. Some string. Procedure: Poke a hole through the top flap of the empty milk carton and use a string to suspend it from the ceiling. Poke holes in the lower right corner […]

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