61 Funky Physics Experiments

61 Funky Physics Experiments61 Funky Physics Experiments for Kids. Learning physics is important to become a science person. Physics is the heart of knowing how everything works in this world.🧪📚🔬

Let It Rip (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: Cardboard roll (foundunder kitchen tissueroll) 2-3 metres of thin elastic(or elastic drawstring) Strong tape A table Learn the physics behind the flying tubes, by competing with your friends to see whose tube flies the farthest. INSTRUCTIONS Place the table outdoors so that you may not break anything while conducting this experiment indoors. …

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Guess What’s Inside (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: 6-7 large round balloons Small objects (like coinswith smooth steel nuts,etc.) Blindfold Understand physics and play a game at the same time. As a party game try this experiment and learn something new. Who says games cannot teach us anything? INSTRUCTIONS Before you begin the game make sure that the balloons are …

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1, 2, 3 & Away (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: An empty small plasticbottle Large coin Freezer Tissue paper Launch a coin into the air with nothing morethan an empty bottle, some tissue paper andphysics. Follow the experiment. INSTRUCTIONS Place an empty plastic bottle into the freezer for anhour with the lid on. After an hour, without removing the bottle from thefreezer, …

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Put A Spin On That Ball ((Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: A smooth, non-slipperyfloor Super bouncy ball Low table with a smoothunderside Open place Try yet another trick with your bouncing ball and watch the ball bounce back at you. INSTRUCTIONS Perform this experiment in a room with no delicate/breakable objects around, or in the open place. Take your super bouncy ball and …

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Invisible Glass (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: Oil (preferably baby oil) Water 2 large transparent glassbowls or beakers 2 measuring rods or anyother small clear glassobjects Try this science experiment to make glass disappear and befool everyone with simple physics. INSTRUCTIONS Take 2 large transparent glass bowls or beakers. Fill one with water and the other with baby oil …

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Stuck Together (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: 2 identical drinkingglasses (preferablyplastic, so they don’tbreak in case they fall) Tissue paper Hot water Simply stick two drinking glasses together with nothing else but hot air. Follow the instructions. INSTRUCTIONS Take some hot water and pour it into each of the two plastic glasses, until the glasses are half full. Swish …

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Go Medieval With Your Own Trebuchet (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: A large piece of cardboard String Marker Pen cap (or something ofthat weight) Plastic mug Small piece of wire (or theplastic-bag tie) Create your own medieval war in your backyard by constructing these trebuchets to plough down the ‘enemy’ forts. INSTRUCTIONS The trebuchet works on the same principlesas those of the see-saw. …

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Falling Mug (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: Pencil Cotton/ Jute string(something sturdy tohold the weight of themug) Plastic mug (just in caseyou do drop it in practice) Nut (from a hardwarestore, should weigh about5-10 gm) Have fun trying to drop a mug from shoulder-height but not letting it break. The trickrequires a few household items and gravity. INSTRUCTIONS Conduct …

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Helicopter Rotors (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: A stiff cardboard 3 pencils (1 long and 2short pencils, allsharpened) Large cello tape Scissors Measuring scale Marker Have fun by constructing your very ownhelicopter rotors and learning how the lawsof physics apply to a flying contraption. INSTRUCTIONS Take 2 shorter pencils and tape them on either side of the long pencil. …

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Exploding Film Canister (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: Plastic canister of acamera reel Water Fizzing tablets (likeantacid tablets) We all love fireworks and exploding canisters. But do you know that you can create an explosion without any fire power? Carry out the following experiment to find out how you can create a no-fire explosion. INSTRUCTIONS Conduct this experiment outside where …

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Build Hot-Air Balloon (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: q 4-6 birthday candlesq Aluminium foilq Large thin plastic bagq 6-10 strawsq Cello tape Hot-air balloons are fun to look at. But how can a balloon filled with hot-air float in mid-air? Try this fun experiment and find out physics behind hot-air balloons. INSTRUCTIONS Firstly, take a large thin plastic bag (like …

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Huff And Puff (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: Empty 1-litre plasticbottle Drinking straw Small objects (like apopcorn kernel, tinycrumpled paper ball,etc.) Try another cool trick at your next get-together. Challenge your friends to understand this simple-looking game. No matter what this next trick, it is just impossible to accomplish. INSTRUCTIONS Take an empty plastic bottle and make it lie on …

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Vibrating Coins (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: Water Coin Empty plastic bottle witha narrow mouth Refrigerator Understand the science behind thetemperature of gas and the speed of moleculesby conducting this simple experiment withyour everyday household items. INSTRUCTIONS Take an empty plastic bottle and place it in the refrigerator to cool down. Leave it inside the refrigerator for half an …

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Missing Reflection (Funky Physics Experiments)

You will need: Aluminium foil roll Flat clear glass Scissors Conduct this basic experiment to understandthe principles of light and how it interactswith smooth surfaces to create reflections. INSTRUCTIONS Cut a 12-inch piece of aluminium from the foilroll carefully so as not to wrinkle it. Take the flat piece of aluminium and lie it out …

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