47 Easy-to-Do Classic Science Experiments by Eugene F. Provenzo Jr., Asterie Baker Provenzo

By Eugene F. Provenzo Jr., Asterie Baker Provenzo

Simple yet stress-free experiments, played with universal home items, train children rules of sunshine, elasticity, point of view, gravity, air strain, optics, extra. directions, illustrations.

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Quickly throw your arm forward and cup your hand. With a little bit of practice you should be able to catch some or even all of the coins in your hand without any falling to the floor. With further practice, you will be able to do this trick with your eyes closed, which will really amaze your friends! More Magic with Coins Magic tricks taking advantage of the principle of inertia were very popular during the late 1800’s. The experiment illustrated below is from an 1887 Scientific American Supplement.

How to Make a Cartesian Diver MATERIALS tall, widemouthed glass jar, filled almost to the top with water balloon one small, empty plastic medicine bottle cellophane, or similar adhesive, tape large metal washer X-Acto knife (or similar cutting implement) KEY TERMS Cartesian: Of or pertaining to the methods or philosophy of the mathematician and philosopher Descartes. Air pressure: Pressure caused by the weight of the air at the top of the atmosphere as it presses down upon the air beneath it. Buoyancy: Ability to float.

With further practice, you will be able to do this trick with your eyes closed, which will really amaze your friends! More Magic with Coins Magic tricks taking advantage of the principle of inertia were very popular during the late 1800’s. The experiment illustrated below is from an 1887 Scientific American Supplement. It demonstrates that it is actually possible to pile a stack of coins on a plate and then deposit them in the same order on a table by pulling the plate out from under the stack in one swoop.

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