Emily and the crew get curious about ultraviolet light, then mix up their own fluorescent paint. At-home experiment: lava lamp.
The kids learn the science behind non-Newtonian fluids, then try to walk — and dance! — across an ooey-gooey pool. At-home experiment: oobleck.
Emily takes her scientists outside to get messy, making colorful explosions with chemical reactions. At-home experiment: rainbow bubbles.
The kids learn all about tornados — then Emily shows them how to make one indoors! At-home experiment: tornado in a bottle.
How do you test the strength of ordinary chicken eggs? By walking across a whole floor of them ... barefoot. At-home experiment: egg in a bottle.
A pool filled with glue helps the gang learn all about cross-linking polymers. (Hint: They're making slime!) At-home experiment: meteorite slime.
Brace yourself! The kids are making high-powered air cannons out of shower curtains, bungee cords and trash cans. At-home experiment: cloud in a bottle.
Inspired by Newton's third law of motion, the kids build balloon-powered cars, then race them to see who wins. At-home experiment: hovercraft.
The scientists scare up flying ghosts and bubbling witch’s brew with rising heat and acid-base reactions. At-home experiment: barfing pumpkin.
Aluminum foil, plastic wrap and a pizza box are the perfect ingredients for a solar-powered oven. At-home experiment: static electricity.