10 Simple Chemistry Experiments for Kids

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Count Popula (ages 6-12)

Can you blow up your own balloon Dracula without touching it? Create your own bubbling brew that can blow up a balloon, and make for some very spooky Halloween decoration. Baking soda plus the citric acid mixture create a gas, carbon dioxide, which fills the balloon.

Baked Custard (ages 7-16)

Learning is more fun if there’s a yummy treat at the end! Eggs do fascinating things in baking, and this recipe is both simple enough for kids to tackle (mostly) on their own, and a great example of how heat can make egg proteins turns a liquid into a solid. Plus, these rich, delicious custards are the perfect family brunch dish!

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