Video: Other than youth, recess, holidays, nap time, lollies, junk food, energy, a fast metabolism, hope, excitement, bubbles, being with your friends every single day, first memories, playgrounds, no worries and probably a million other things, one of the things that you miss about being a kid when you're an adult is the lack of silly science experiments. Sometimes you just want to put some food colouring on a plate and make it blow away with some dish soap. You don't want to know the science behind it, you just want to see a volcano explode. Here's 10 science experiments you can easily do at home. Some are legitimately fun, some you've done before and some are just plain weird.
10 Silly Fun Science Experiments You Can Easily Do At Home
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