If you want to see your child's eyes light up and express a joyful WOW - have them doing some of these outstanding chemistry kits. Mr. McWiz highly endorses these kits for igniting a child's curiosity and love for learning. Find out more to see the adventure.
Can you explain what density is? Here is a fun way for parents and teachers to show their kids what density is with liquid fluids. Is air a fluid? What will float - in which liquid? Guess before you try it! It's more fun for you and your child that way. Can you tell your child why a duck floats on water? You probably will after watching this! Are there other reasons why things float? If your child is really into mixing things together and 11+ you might consider a Introduction to Chemistry Set.
Mr. McWiz takes you through an overview of the differences between acids and bases while he samples various liquids. Many interesting facts and great learning video for people not so knowledgeable about acids and bases - so they can feel more knowledgeable teaching their children. Lab sheet below provided for download.
Why not order a test tube set for doing chemistry investigations?
This indicator contains concentrated red cabbage juice to test the levels of pH in things around your house, like laundry detergent and soda pop. Great stuff. For less than $11 + shipping.
Mr. McWiz demonstrates the mysterious gas of carbon dioxide with important science concepts. Parents, teachers and grandparents with young children can watch this and get ideas on some science activities they can do with their children.
Make sure you have something like goggles around when you do this!
Protect young eyes from splashes as kids work with chemicals. These safety goggles also protect from particles or projectiles. Designed for kids up to 90 lbs. Home Science Tools has goggles and great science kits!
Get a complete introductory chemistry set for that enthusiatic kid who gets really excited about mixing
This is just a simple "easy-peasy" experiment for parents to do with their children to show how you can bounce soap bubbles off of a bed of carbon dioxide gas. This is SO cool to watch - but even more fun to do yourself! Check out this great video. Works better if you make your own soap but you can use a bubble wand if you don't have a pipette.
This is just another "easy-peasy" experiment for parents to do with their children to show how you can bounce soap bubbles off of a bed of carbon dioxide gas. This is SO cool to watch - but even more fun to do it yourself!
Elephant Toothpaste is a fun demonstration to do for your children, but parents - precautions must be taken to assure safety. Always wear goggles and enjoy watching a pretty cool chemical decomposition reaction! Mr. McWiz walks parents through the process, step by step.
Did you check out this great Chemistry Starter Kit yet? Great value - and it might be on sale!
This video shows parents and teachers how to do some STEAM science (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) with colorful combinations on coffee filter paper - in a unique way! You can do art by using capillary action AND show chromatography also. Have fun doing this activity with your child or students.
With this chemistry kit from ScienceWiz, kids can enjoy 30+ activities using the 40-page experiment manual, 25+ included pieces, and a few common household items. Mr. McWiz LOVES these kits because you can learn SO much!
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Siphons have many uses. Mr. McWiz explains how siphons work and demonstrates to parents and teachers how they might teach their children more about siphons. Mr. McWiz even gives an incubator idea for a new invention! Find out what it is! Ages 8+
Talk about an awesome birthday gift for a young scientist! AND it's something you can both have fun doing together - making lasting memories - growing a frog!! How cool is that. MANY gift ideas. Just take a look.
The Ultimate Science Party Package makes for a memorable, exciting & hands-on science party. Includes science-themed decor, a kid-friendly Elephant Toothpaste experiment & 3 amazing party favors (including ooey-gooey slime)!
Snakes, spiders and insects can skim or walk on water - but how do they do that? Watch with amazement how taking some household items you can demonstrate to your children the concept of surface tension. Then look at Experiment 17 in our science book to see what else you can float on water. Need a small group investigation experiment with soaps and detergents? Materials for a group of five. Age 12+
This downloadable version is especially handy for those who are participating in the Summer Science Camp - and can't get the softback version in time! Hit purchase - and you've got it right now! $4.95