The Kid Should See This

How to make bouncing eggs – ExpeRimental

Bounce, crack, dissolve, and make things a bit squidgy with stuff that’s already around the house! The latest expeRiment from The Royal Institution is a classic for all ages: Olympia and her daughters, Viola and Elodie, explore what happens when eggs are exposed to a few household liquids, including two acids: orange juice and vinegar.

Trying science experiments with kids doesn’t need to be complex or expensive, and The Royal Institution’s ExpeRimental videos give us a lot of great ideas for easy hands-on experiments at home or in class, including our favorite: How to Make Balancing Sculptures.

Be sure to try all of the experiments in the archives, including The Stacked Ball Drop, How to Make a Homemade Vortex Cannon, How to Make Your Own Wave Machine Physics Demo, and of course, The Naked Egg Experiment.

This feature is being tested. Saves will disappear if you clear cookies. Find saved videos here.

🌈 Related videos

The OptiBreaker egg-breaking machine

Rion Nakaya

Hot & Cold Water Science Experiment – HooplaKidzLab

Rion Nakaya

Polar Bears Eat Goose Eggs: New eating habits in warmer climates

Rion Nakaya

How to build a balancing bridge out of coins without glue

Rion Nakaya

The Field Museum’s amazing egg collection

Rion Nakaya

Observation of shell-less chick embryo development

Rion Nakaya

How to make naturally dyed Easter eggs

Rion Nakaya

How to build your own Wave Machine physics demo

Rion Nakaya

Greek Legacy: How the Ancient Greeks shaped modern mathematics

Rion Nakaya

 
Browse the TKSST Video Collections

Get 7 smart videos delivered every week.

 

Subscribe