Learn the science behind colour!
Become a little scientist and explore the wonderful world of science with our Mad Toys Science Kit 7 Colour Changing Experiment kits. Discover and learn the whys and hows of the world around us using these fun experiments. Are you ready? Let's go!
- 1 Bottle of Oil
- 3 Muddlers
- 3 Red Cabbage Powder
- 1 Effervescent Tablet
- 1 Spoon
- 1 Bag of Baking Soda
- 1 Bag of Citric Acid
- 2 Test Tubes
- 1 Measuring Cup
- 1 Dropper
- 3 Colour Pigments
- easy to follow guide book
This DIY Mad Toys Science Kit includes 7 colour changing experiments:
✔MOTION LAVA EXPERIMENT Kids can observe that the density of oil is much lower than of water hence it separates. The coloured water settles at the bottom of the cup. Adding the effervescent one by one, small bubbles appear and will look like an erupting volcano.
✔ACID-BASE REACTION This experiment teaches kids the fundamentals of acids, bases, pH Scales and indicator. With a solid explanation of bases and acids while doing the experiment, kids will enjoy watching the colors change in response to the different liquids.
✔LIQUID RAINBOW Kids will be amazed creating their own rainbow with this experiment while exploring density, mass and volume.
✔PAINT IN SUGAR-WATER AND WATER By adding sugar to the water it increases the density of the water, so the more sugar in the solution, the greater the density.
✔PAINT SINKING This sink and float activity helps the child to understand the concept of buoyancy and density. They will learn that buoyant objects float and dense objects sink as they observe.
✔COLOR CHANGING This experiment is a great way for kids to learn how to mix primary colours to make other secondary colours. This will be useful in learning about colours and in their future art classes.
✔COLOR RELAY Kids will understand that the coloured water travels up the paper towel by a process called capillary action. Capillary action is the ability of a liquid to flow upward, against gravity, in narrow spaces. This is the same thing that helps water climb from a plant's roots to the leaves in the tree tops.