Below Zero Temperatures = Science Experiments!
When it is cold outside you can LEARN! Check out these Cold Weather Science Experiments and figure out if it’s real or a myth! Don’t forget to share your results!
- Freezing Soap Bubbles: Head outside with some bubble solution and blow some bubbles! NOTE: Try heating up the bubble solution in the microwave beforehand. You can make your own bubble solution with 2 cups of water, half a cup of dish soap, and 2 teaspoons sugar.
- Banana Hammer: Hang a banana outside for a few hours and it will freeze solid-solid enough for you to be able to hammer actual nails with it.
- Make An Ice Thrower: Fill a Super Soaker with boiling water and then shoot it out into the cold. When very hot water meets very cold air, the water vaporizes, turning it into ice crystals…essentially, homemade snow. Don’t have a Super Soaker, just use the pot you boiled the water in.
- Freeze-Fry An Egg: Don’t actually eat it, but leave a frying pan outside for about 15 minutes and then crack an egg into it. What happens?
- Instant Freeze Water – Bottle Slam
If none of these experiments catch your interest, a simple Google search for “Cold Weather Science” will display several options. Show what you have learned in an interesting manner.