61 Brilliant Biology Experiments

61 Brilliant Biology ExperimentsSawan presents 61 Brilliant Biology Experiments book for kids. This book on science experiments with colourful pictures and easy to understand text not only ensures loads of fun attempting these projects at home.🧪🔬

It’s All in the Handwriting (Brilliant Biologuy Experiments)

You will need: q Paper pad & penq Wooden pencils ormechanical pencilsor coloured pencils Learn the art of handwriting analysis along with your friends. INSTRUCTIONS Create a game for your friends. First ask one friend to write down demands on a paper as if he were a bank robber. Tear that paper and give it …

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Feet have Feelings too (Brilliant Biologuy Experiments)

You will need: 6 large shallow plastictubs Shaving cream Honey or any other syrup Rice Besan/ ground gram flour Sand Soapy water Paper and Pencil Relax your over worked-legs by exploring the sensitivity of your feet to different textures. INSTRUCTIONS So as not to create a mess, conduct this experiment outside. Ask some of your …

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Confuse Your Brain (Brilliant Biologuy Experiments)

You will need: A large photograph of a scenery (from a magazine or a print-out) Scissors Glue Blank paper Pencil Thick chart paper Try this simple optical illusion at home and sharpen not only your observation skills but also your logical thinking. INSTRUCTIONS Take a print-out or photograph ofa scenery from a magazine. Next, take …

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No Saliva Means No Taste (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: A few friends (to test your theory on) Blindfold Paper towels (kitchen paper tissues) Dry food-items (such as cookies, crackers, etc.) Drinking water Find out the importance of saliva through this experiment. INSTRUCTIONS Ask your friends to drink a little water and rinse their mouths clean. Blindfold them. Give them each a …

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Using Sunscreen (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: Clear plastic sheet (cut into 4 equal squares) Scissors Ruler Permanent marker Sunscreen lotions (with 3 different SPFs—0, 8, 15, 45) Plain tray Photo reactive paper or thermal fax paper Is a sunscreen of a higher SPF (Sun Protection Formula) actually better at protecting the skin than a sunscreen with a lower …

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All that Blood (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: q Small marshmallows or small white jelly beansq Bright red candyq Corn syrup or any other thick liquid (like honey)q Small candy sprinkles (or any small pellet-size candy)q Glass jar Understand what goes in building up that bright red liquid we call blood, with this experiment. INSTRUCTIONS Fill a glass jar a-little …

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Genetics and Family Traits (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: Paper & pen Information about your family history Create a family traits card and understand the science behind dominant genes, dormant genes and recessive family traits. INSTRUCTIONS Make 7 columns on a sheet of paper. Write down the names of your grand- parents (on both sides), parents, siblings and your name in …

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The Natural v/s the Artificial (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: Sugar Sugar-free powder/pill like Splenda or Equal Fresh orange juice Orange juice from a concentrate or pack Regular Cola Diet Cola Pen & paper Blindfold Volunteers Conduct this experiment and understand whether artificial sweeteners do more harm than good to the body. INSTRUCTIONS Take a small sample of the sweet items youwould …

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Mind-Bending Magic (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: 2 identical circular mirrors Fevicol/superglue 2 unsharpened pencils Conduct this simple experiment to understand how the brain gets confused by what the eyes show us. INSTRUCTIONS Ask an adult to help you superglue the 2 piecesof circular mirror back to back, so that you maysee a reflection on both sides. Next, superglue …

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Chewing Gum : Healthy or Not? (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: 9 slices of apple 9 volunteers 9 chewing gums : fruit-flavoured mint-flavoured cinnamon-flavoured Pen and paper Ear buds/cotton swabs Preparation of agar or jelly in petri dish Labels, water, clock It is time to decide whether chewing gum is healthy or not once and for all by this simple experiment. INSTRUCTIONS Ask …

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Play Detective (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: Plastic container Ear buds, Ruler, Tweezers Latex gloves Paint brush (small size) Small pouch of cocoa powder Magnifying glass Evidence markers (cut out from square pieces of paper) Note pad and pen You can create your very own detective CSI kit. Let us find out. INSTRUCTIONS Place all the items mentioned above …

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Coffee and the Heart (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: Mp3 player with some relaxing music Blindfold Clock and stopwatch 5 cans of a caffeinated drink 5 cans of a non-caffeinated version of the same drink Pen, paper and tape Volunteers, room, stool Conduct this simple experiment to find out howcaffeine affects the heart and your pulse rate. INSTRUCTIONS First, learn to …

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Two Ears V/s One (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: q Blindfoldq Stopwatch or timerq Ear plugsq Coloured tapeq Protractorq Pen, felt-tip pen and paperq Chair and metre scaleq Volunteers Conduct this experiment to understand what it means to use monaural or binaural information to localize the origin of sound. INSTRUCTIONS                 1. Create two data sheets (Group 1 & Group 2) …

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Stressed Out (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: A very complicated mathematical test sheet Stopwatch Pen and paper Thermometer A volunteer Conduct this experiment and find out how stress affects the body and its temperature. INSTRUCTIONS Before beginning the experiment, take the temperature of your test subject and ask him to rate how stressed he feels on a scale of …

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Blood Pressure & Water Temperature (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: Bath tub or large tub Hot water Cold water Blood pressure monitor Pen and paper Stopwatch Find out whether blood pressure would increase or decrease in hot water. INSTRUCTIONS Learn to record blood pressure with the blood pressure monitor from an adult. Once you have mastered that, record the blood pressure of …

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Lung Capacity (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: Plastic bottle (3 litres) Deep plastic bowl Measuring cup Marker Plastic tubing (12 inches long) Scissors Water Find out through this simple experiment abouthow the lung capacity of each person variesdepending on his age and gender. INSTRUCTIONS Create a spirometer by taking plastic bottle and pouring 60 ml of water into it. …

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The Body and Video Games (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: Blood pressure monitor Pen and paper Toothpicks Action video game and console Stopwatch Ball TV The next time your parents tell you to stop playing video games and study, tell them that is exactly what you are doing! INSTRUCTIONS                 1. The video game you select should be action-packed.                 2. Note …

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The Tall and Short of it (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: q Measuring tapeq Notebookq Penq Subjects Do you know that a good nights’ sleep can do a lot more than just refresh your senses? INSTRUCTIONS Distribute the experiment among your friends with each one having 1 test subject. As soon as the test subject wakes up, he should measure his height precisely. …

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Only 5 Seconds (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: q Item of food (buttered bread, etc.)q Sterile cotton swabsq Sterile glovesq Timerq Prepared gelatineq 6 sterile glass jar containers Perform this experiment to find out whether picking up food-items within 5 seconds actually makes a difference or not. INSTRUCTIONS Firstly, wear the sterile gloves. Then sterilize the glass jars and set …

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It’s in Your DNA (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: q Red and black chew sticksq Coloured marshmallowsq Gummy bearsq Toothpicksq Needle, String & Scissors Through this experiment have fun understanding your DNA. INSTRUCTIONS The coloured marshmallows and gummy bears represent the nucleotide bases which make up your DNA. There should be four different colours which constitute the adenine, cytosine, guanine and …

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What’s Colour Got to do with it? (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: q 30 blank index cardsq Black markerq Coloured pensq Volunteers Conduct a simple experiment to find out what important role colours play in our retention capacity. INSTRUCTIONS                 1. Divide the index cards into 3 groups— A, B and C.                 2. Write down not very well-known historical dates once each on …

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Stretch Your Mind (Brilliant Biology Experiments)

You will need: q An armless chairq Large blackboardq Classroomq Pen and 2 sheets of paperq Large wooden ruler or yardstickq 5-6 volunteers Find out whether the mind can actually help to achieve greater physical flexibility and dexterity. INSTRUCTIONS                 1. Create 2 groups— ‘With Mental Imagery’ and ‘Without Mental Imagery’.                 2. On 2 …

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