Do you have six minutes?
Try these science experiments:
Does a tightrope walker move better with a pole or without one?
What’s the secret of blowing up a balloon without actually blowing into it?
What makes heavy ocean liners float, when a small marble sinks? And more.
These questions may seem complicated, but you can find the answers, and have loads of fun, in just six minutes with these quick and quirky experiments. Make some gooey chop and glop to explore solids and liquids. Race a sporty cardboard car with wheels of different materials and see which one is fastest. Learn about surface tension while blowing bubbles in the air. These and may more entertaining experiments will keep you amused for hours and your parents will love it that you are learning!