In this lesson, follow along as a science teacher demonstrates how surface tension works with simple supplies: water, black pepper, and dish soap.
Follow along with this lesson to try the colorful magic milk experiment, then learn how to avoid popping a balloon by finding the sweet spots.
Join in with this lesson to learn how to turn a nail into a magnet. Then, learn how to knock the magnetization out of those nails, literally!
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