Sometimes science at school can be boring. But in this video, I show you some life hacks that will help you appreciate how things work.
For example, when you create enough static electricity using an inflated balloon, you can place it next to a Coca-Cola can and help it push it away without even touching it.
I show you how to make a mini tornado in a har, using water, food coloring, vinegar and washing up liquid.
I also show you how to mix dry ice with washing up liquid in water. It will a very beautiful reaction where every time you break the soap bubbles little fog will come out of them.
To make a glow-in-the-dark table décor, simply break a neon bracelet inside the jar, and apply the liquid all over it. Then, pour some glitter in the container, roll them around and voila. – You can also use it as a night light
For a lovely spa day at home. I show you how to make your own glow-in-the-dark bath bombs using sea-salt, fluorescent powder, baking soda, citric acid, essential oils, and cornstarch.
Watch until the end to discover some easy and fun water experiments to try at home.
0:36 – DIY tornado in a jar
1:20 – DIY adorable space jars
2:33 – Food coloring vs dish soap
4:07 – Adorable bath bomb cupcake recipe
6:07 – Candle in water – science experiment
8:36 – Accumulation of water trick
8:47 – Balloon magnetic phenomenon
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