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Check out this video of Chirp editor Jackie and reader Elyse making a jar of cool crystals, as seen in the December 2018 issue!
To make this experiment, all you need is a clear bowl, 1 cup of epsom salts, 1 cup of hot tap water, and food colouring. Click play to learn how to make it!
Happy World Science Day! To celebrate, check out this fun science experiment! Chirp editor Jackie and reader Elyse make a jar of cool crystals, as seen in the December 2018 issue of Chirp!
Fore more fun science experiments, click HERE.
Chirp editor Jackie and reader Genna put on their lab coats and made a bouncy glowing egg!
All you need is an egg, vinegar, and a highlighter pen along with a container and a flashlight to create a glow-in-the-dark egg! Check out the video below to learn how to make it:
If you try this cool experiment, don’t forget to take a photo and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also find this science experiment in the October issue of Chirp!
National Science Reading Day is just around the corner! As part of Science Literacy Week, kids across Canada will spend time reading about science on September 18 to take part in National Science Reading Day.
To celebrate, were giving away $3,000 in prizes to kids and classrooms. Head to our contest page to learn more about National Science Reading Day where you can also finds lots of great science reading suggestions.
Contest starts September 17.
Click here for full rules and regulations.