If you have a child (or nieces/nephews/that kid down the street who won’t leave you alone), you’re probably familiar with the annual science fair. It’s when students get creative with the scientific method. For a lot of children, it’s their first real exposure to testing their own theories.
However, as a parent/guardian, sometimes things get competitive. Really, really competitive. Former NASA engineer and YouTube science guru Mark Rober understands that competition. In this video, he talks about the go-to science experiments he and his nephew use for guaranteed success. These are definitely more interesting than the stereotypical baking soda volcano.
Via Mark Rober