Science At Play: Walking Colors

   Materials to Collect 7 Clear plastic cups Tissue paper or paper towels  Water Food coloring (primary colors to start) Try it! Start by taking the cups and putting water in the  cups, (about a ¼ to half full). Put red food coloring in the 1st and 7th cup. Put yellow food coloring in …

Dear Science: Dino DNA

We have received so many amazing questions through our Dear Science campaign, including this one from Scott. Can scientists actually clone a dinosaur from bird DNA? I’m sure by this point we have all seen at least one of the Jurassic Park movies about what the modern world could look like with dinosaurs living once again. …

Science At Play: Heat Powered Turbine

So making a heat-powered turbine sounds complicated, right? Not as complicated as you may think. Today, we are going to show you how some candles, tin foil, and a wooden stick can create a turbine. Take a guess of how you think this might work, then watch the full segment below to learn more. Materials …

Science At Play: Balance Challenges

Hi everyone and welcome back to another Science At Play! We are so excited to bring you another science activity you can try at home with your friends and family. Today, we are talking all about balance. How well can you balance? Do you think you can pass our course of balance challenges? If you …