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Kitchen Chemistry

Kitchen Chemistry


Many of you were home-schooling your children throughout the pandemic in 2020. Kitchen tables and islands became desks, and Wi-Fi bandwidth was stretched to its limits. You also became more actively involved in assisting your children’s teachers while distance learning took place. We’re guessing you got pretty used to it, but having activities that provide lessons are always welcome, right?

During our June salute to science, we thought it might be fun to share a few excellent experiments you can do at home.


Photo: By Source Khanyat2000, Creative Commons, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Result_of_black_snake_experiment.jpg

Cool Carbon Snakes


Floating Marker Man


The Magic Leak-Proof Bag 


Rainbow Daisies