Crazy science experiments for kids first: One star out of sparklers
The following experiment has no real practical significance,but he makes fun anyway.
Please attempt only outdoors and on a non-flammablesurface to perform.
We just put a few sparklers star shape on each other. Nowwe light a single candle on the outside wonder. The flamewill travel up to the crossing point and from there travel to the star-shaped ends of all the other wonders of Keren.
The center then glue all sparklers and can hold up the staras a fixed entity.
Crazy science experiments for kids second: Puzzle task with two matches and a coin
The aim of this experiment is a puzzle task: There are twomatches are leaning against each other, to a coin under alie. The coin must be removed without touching the matches, or let it fall down
A match in the matchbox “hineingepiekst”, the only otherajar.
Our ambition was now completely non-contact solution to the problem: We have lit the matches with a magnifying glass. That was not so easy as you check the focus on the little matchstick tops must be found first.
Ignite the tops of the matches, one blowing out the flame.The former peaks stick together, and you can pull the coinout effortlessly.
Crazy science experiments for kids third: Two mirrors and a candle
Two large mirrors placed opposite a light source andoptical effects arise between them fascinating.
When two large mirrors in front of a burning candle and willresult in between, you can find great visual effects.Depending on the inclination we created alignment of the mirrors so the impression of an endless chain of lights.
Children find it exciting to move the mirrors against each other to change the spacing between the mirrors or to holdadditional items between the mirrors.