Why Does The Moon Look Close Some Nights And Far Away On Other Nights?

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If you’ve ever gone outside to gaze at the night sky, you might’ve already noticed that the Moon looks so close and huge on some nights. But on other nights, it seems far away and is back to looking like its usual size. Such a mysterious sight, right? So how does this happen? Here’s the […]

Scientists Plan To Resurrect The Extinct Tasmanian Tiger

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It’s a sad reality that many species have gone extinct and many are currently on the brink of being wiped out. One thing we do know, though: aside from degradation and loss of habitat and climate change, humans are a big part of why animals go extinct. From hunting, over-exploitation, overharvesting, and polluting natural habitats, […]

Do Spiders Dream? Study Suggests Spiders Sleep and Dream Like Us

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Dreaming is a common phenomenon of sleep, especially for us. But did you know that humans aren’t the only ones that dream? Many other animals like cats, dogs, horses, platypuses, birds, and even reptiles do indeed dream. Awesome, right? But what if I tell you spiders might be dreaming a lot like people too? Would […]

The Truth: Does Hot Water Freezes Faster Than Cold Water?

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Have you ever experienced opening up your fridge to get some ice cubes for your drink but were welcomed with empty trays instead? It’s kind of frustrating, right? But did you know there’s a simple and quite effective way to make ice cubes quickly? And that is to use hot water instead of cold! Yes, […]

Do Black/Dark Colors Gather More Heat (Experiment)?

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MATERIALS: 2 cans Black paint White paint Painting brush Water Thermometer ORDER OF ACTIONS:  Paint one of the cans black, and the other one white. Fill the cans with water and record the temperature of both cans. Leave the cans in sun for about 1 hour. Measure the temperature in each can. RESULTS The water […]

Photosynthesis Experiment

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This is an experiment about photosynthesis which is the process where plants use light to make sugar (glucose) that they can later use as food. Materials: 500 ml beaker 3 petri dishes test tubes alcohol iodine (I) dropper forceps beaker tongs stove sugar and starch 3 leaves (1green, 1 white, 1 green and white) 25 […]

Homemade Freezer Experiment

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In this experiment we will create a homemade freezer and make ice cream. Ice cream requires very cold temperatures below freezing to come out well. Salt will be used to lower the freezing point of ice. Materials: A bag of ice cubes A cup of salt (NaCl) 200ml milk Ice cream powder String rod Beaker […]

How to Make Polymers (Slime)?

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This experiment is about polymers and we will make slime to create one. Polymers are formed from long chains of molecules that keep repeating themselves. Here is an example of a polymer with repeating molecules connected together. Slime is also a polymer. Materials: Deep bowl White glue  Shaving cream Food color Spoon Hand wash Experiment: […]