Virtual Activities

Below are links to virtual activities for you to do at home.  These activities were prepared by members of the Science in Our Community team.  Where appropriate, you will also find links to guides and worksheets for the various activities.  Please check with an adult before carrying out any of the activities.

Bouncy Egg Activity

Only using a simple egg and some basic household ingredients we will explore some intense science. We will begin by turning a chicken egg into a bouncy object using real chemistry! Afterward, we will use physics to DESTROY that chicken egg! For science of course


DNA Spinach Extraction

Hello and welcome to the series The Kitchen Lab. In this series, there will be various science experiments that cover topics such as biology and chemistry. To start off this series, we’ll be getting a quick introduction of what DNA is and it’s importance.



Sugar Crystals

Welcome back to another episode of The Kitchen Lab. In today's video, we will be learning about crystallization with sugar crystals. Do note that this experiment will take longer than the other experiments, but the end results are rewarding. Extra caution should be taken into consideration 

  • Sugar Crystals


Planting Potatoes under Quarantine

In this video, the kids will learn how to plant potatoes and the science behind it. It is a fun activity that everyone in the family can enjoy.

How to Make Oobleck

Learn about the three phases of matter (solid, liquid, and gas) by making Oobleck. This is a fun activity that everyone can enjoy and learn!

How to Make Straw Rockets

Learn how to create your own Straw Rockets. An activity taught during Junior Scientist.


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