Science Experiments Class with Jason Lindsey - Schoolhouse Teachers

Science Experiments with Jason Lindsey

Length: More than 100 video experiments
Includes:  Short videos
Age/Grade: Elementary

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How to Use This Course

These fun experiments are perfect to add into your homeschool day! These experiments teach various scientific principles, and most can be completed with basic household items. Parents can choose from more than 100 experiments that go along with many science topics!

Components

Creative and engaging videos and step-by-step instructions; safety is stressed.

Course Introduction

Hello! This is Jason Lindsey—aka “Mr. Science”—with Hooked on Science. Are you looking for a way to get your kids excited about science? If so, each week, I will show you how you can use a few items from around the house to not only get your kids excited about science, but also to teach basic science concepts.

My wife and I homeschool our four kids and can tell you these experiments have helped spark a love for science. The goal of these hands-on lessons is to inspire kids to be inquisitive about the world around them and to develop a long-term interest in science.

Feel free to contact me with any questions at jlindsey@hookedonscience.org. Connect with Hooked on Science–WebChannel, on Facebook, on Twitter, on Pinterest, and on You Tube.

(Note: Parents should always go to these sites with your children, and monitor your children if they are on sites like YouTube or Facebook.)

Acids and Bases
Color Changing Strawberry Jam
Love Potion Flower
Pop a Balloon with an Orange

Energy
Craft Stick Chain Reaction
Electric Play Dough
Energy Racer
Fireproof Balloon Experiment
Ice Tray Battery
Notebook Spring Launcher
Penny Powered Calculator
Pizza Box Solar Oven
Pop a Balloon Inside a Balloon
Popping Christmas Ornament
Rocket Balls
Tea Bag Rocket
Toaster Hot Air Balloon
Unbreakable Light Bulb

Engineering Design
Battery Bounce
Cranberry Structure
Engineer a Scribblebot
PVC Pipe Engineers
Toothbrush Robot

Force, Motion, and Mass
Block Balance
Can Your Big Toe Determine Your Athletic Potential?
Double Ball Drop Challenge
Egg Spinning
Feather Balance
Give Me a Holler
Inertia Antenna
Inseparable Books
Jumping Cup
Kentucky Derby Balloon Race
Newton’s Tablecloth Trick (Inertia)
Pool Noodle Marble Run
Racquetball Popper Experiment
Soda Can Pedestal
Swimmer’s Secret
Turkey Baster Ping Pong Ball Launcher
Water Bottle Egg Experiment

Friction
Sticky Rice
Water Bottle Egg Experiment

Life Cycles
Daffodil Secret
Garden in a Bag

Light
American Flag Shadow
Capture Your Shadow
CD Rainbow
Disappearing Money
Glue Stick Sunset
Hair Gel Color Mixing
Microwave Light Bulb
Nail Polish Rainbow
Pop a Balloon Inside a Balloon
Popping Cranberries
Powerful Bleach
The Reversing Arrow
Wacky Bananas

Magnetism
Magnetic Money
Magnetic Slime
Mystery Pipe

Matter
Baby Diaper Science
Bleeding Paper
Bowling Ball Surprise (Density)
Carbon Dioxide Seesaw
Chemical Reaction Eggs
Confetti Bottle
Elephant’s Toothpaste
Expanding and Shrinking Peeps
Exploding Sandwich Bag
Fire Chips
Gassy Soap
Glow Slime
Homemade Ice Cream
Instant Hand Warmer
Leprechaun Snot
Levitating Bubbles
Metamucil Slime
Milk Bubbles
Orange Flash
Peep Dough
Salty Cooler
Salty Egg
See-Through Soda
Skewer a Balloon
Snow Dough
Snow Ice Cream
Soda Can Shakeup
Swimming Orange
Teflon Tape Secret Message
Valentine’s Day Candy Drop

Miscellaneous
Color Changing Flowers
Disappearing Color Wheel
Fruity Eclipse
Hard Boiled Earth
Single Eye Catch
Static Electricity Ornament
Unlock Your Vehicle with Your Brain
Walking Water

Rocks
Egg Geode

Sound
Han Solo’s Sound Blaster
Paper Speaker
Singing Rod
Sound of Gas

Surface Tension
The Floating Mystery

Weather
Balloon in a Bottle
Cloud in a Bottle
Flying Styrofoam Peanuts
How the Wind from a Hurricane Damages Roofs
Muscle Card
Pinecone Hygrometer
Toilet Plunger Power

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