Let’s learn Easy Science Experiments (With Magic)

Today let’s see the best and Easy Science Experiments for little-age kids. These easy science experiments for kindergarten boost creative thinking in your children’s minds. We always thought that how we surprise our children. Since Experiments is a very good idea to make your child happy with a dazed face.

This seems crazy but it is very interesting. Your children learn something new and creative. Your children gain knowledge about science and what is the power of Science and Technology. This is our small contribution, with the help of which we will generate a little interest in science in our children.

Children expand their thinking process and they also make this changing world and creative world. They understand the actual strength of science. They understand that how science has good strength to make our life easy and helpful.

20+ Easy science experiments at home

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1 Floating Egg

Sometimes the magician’s sims make things float in the air. In this project, you want to make things float in the air, but you will make and float in water.

We need

  • Quart(Liter) Jar
  • Tap Water
  • Scissor
  • Ruler
  • Masking Tape
  • 1/2 cup (125 ml) Salt
  • felt-tip pen
  • Uncooked Egg
  • Large Spoon

How to Setup All Things

  1. Fill the jar half full of water.
  2. Cut a 3-inch (7.5-cm) piece of tape and stick it to the outside of the salt container. Use the pen to write on the tape, “Magic Swimming Powder.”
  3. Place the egg and spoon on the table in easy reach.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell your audience, “I am going to teach an egg how to swim.”
  2. Begin by showing the audience that the egg doesn’t know how to swim by placing the egg in the jar filled with tap water. The egg should sink. With the spoon, quickly remove the egg from the jar, saying, “I don’t want the egg to drown!”
  3. Give the egg a few verbal swimming lessons. For example, say “Egg, take a deep breath before jumping in the water.”
  4. Tell the audience that to help the egg become a good swimmer, you need to add magic swimming powder to the water to help it swim.
  5. Pour the salt into the water and stir with the spoon. Say a few magic words while you mix the salt into the water. such as “Magic powder, this we beg. make this water hold up an egg!
  6. Place the egg in the water.

Experiment: The Egg sinks in tap water but floats in the salt water.

2 Restless Raisins

It’s easy to make an object move if you push it with your hand. But how can you make raisins move without touching them? Try this activity to find out one way.

We need

  • Cold can of ginger ale
  • drinking glass
  • 6 raisins

How to Setup All Things

  1. Place the materials on the table.
  2. Open the can and pour the ginger ale into the glass.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell the audience. “I have some raisins that have had trouble sleeping late. They are very restless and can’t stop moving.”
  2. Place the raisins in the ginger ale.
  3. Wait a few moments and watch what happens.

Experiment: After a few minutes, the raisins begin to move up and down in the liquid.

3 Where’s the Water?

Try this activity to make water seem to disappear.

We Need

  • Several sheets of news paper
  • scissor
  • disposable diaper
  • 3 identical paper cups
  • pitcher of tap water

How to Setup All Things

  1. Spread the newspaper over your work area.
  2. Use the scissors to cut the diaper in half the short way so that you can see inside it
  3. Take the diaper apart and remove the middle layer of cotton. Examine it closely. What do you see? How is this layer made?
  4. Take the cotton layer and Shake it vigorously back and forth over the newspaper. Small particles should come out of the cotton layer.
  5. Put the particles into one of the paper cups.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell your audience that you are going to make some water disappear. Quickly show them that the cups are empty. (Quickly is the keyword. You don’t want to let them see the particles in the bottom of the cup.)
  2. Pour a small amount of water into one of the two empty cups. Switch the three cups around quickly, say a few magic words, then ask someone in the audience to guess which cup has the water. The person should be able to pick the right cup.
  3. Say, “You are correct. I must have used the wrong magic words.” Pour the water from the first cup into the cup with the particles.
  4. Say some different magic words while you switch the three cups around quickly again. Then ask someone else which cup has the water. 5. The person should answer correctly. This time, after the person answers, turn the cup upside down. What happens?

Experiment: When you turn over the cup counting the water and the particles, no water pours out. The water seems to have disappeared.

4 Milky Magic

You’ve probably seen magicians make beautiful flowers seem to appear out of thin air. Try this activity to make beautiful flowing patterns out of ordinary household materials.

We Need

  • Cup (250 ml) whole homogenized milk
  • Pie plate
  • Blue food coloring
  • 1 tablespoon (15 ml) liquid Palmolive dish soap

How to Setup All Things

Place all the materials on your table.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell the crowd that you are going to make beautiful swirls in ordinary milk.
  2. Pour the milk into the pie plate It should be about an inch (1.25-cm) deep.
  3. Add drops of food coloring to several places on the surface of the milk.
  4. Add the dish soap to the center of the milk.
  5. Wait a few moments, then watch what happens.

Experiment: The soap causes the milk and food coloring to mix, creating swirls of colors in the milk. The continues for several minutes.

5 Magic Writing

Try this activity to make an invisible message suddenly appear.

We Need

  • 1/4 cup (65 ml) lemon juice
  • Small jar
  • Cotton swab
  • Sheet of white paper
  • Lamp with light bulb

How to Setup All Things

  1. Put the lemon juice into the small jar.
  2. Dip the cotton swab into the lemon juice. Use the swab to write a message on the sheet of white paper such as, “Magic Act Tonight!”
  3. Allow the message to dry. You should not be able to see the message after it has dried.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell the audience, “I have written an invisible message on a piece of paper.” Hold up the paper and say, “With special magic words, I will reveal the secret message.”
  2. Remove the lampshade from the lamp and turn it on.
  3. Hold the message close behind the light bulb and say your magic words. Watch what happens.

Experiment: Lemon juice is very light-colored and is difficult to see after it has dried. However, when you hold the paper close to the light bulb, the heat from the bulb turns the lemon juice brown, and the hidden message appears!

6 Make it Pink

Magicians often seem to make one substance turn into another. Is that really possible? Try this activity to learn how to change “water” into “pink lemonade.”

We Need

  • 1/4 cup (65 ml) rubbing alcohol (isopropyl alcohol) glass jar
  • Ex-Lax chewing gum tablets
  • Spoon
  • Two drinking glasses
  • 1 cup (250 ml) tap water
  • 5 teaspoons (25 ml) ammonia

CAUTION: Do not drink any of the liquids in the experiment.

How to Setup All Things

  1. Pour the alcohol into the glass jar. Add the chewing gum tablets. Set the jar aside overnight. Use the spoon to stir the mixture the next morning.
  2. Pour one teaspoon (5 ml) of the mixture from the jar into the first drinking glass. Add 1/2 cup (125 ml) of tap water to the mixture.
  3. Pour the ammonia into the second glass.

CAUTION: Be careful not to spill any ammonia on your hands. Add 1/2 cup (125 ml) of tap water to the ammonia.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell your audience that you are going to turn the two glasses of water in front of you into pink lemonade.
  2. Say a few magic words over the glasses, then pour the contents of the second glass into the first Watch what happens!

Experiment: Well, you don’t really make pink lemonade, boot when you mix the two color liquids toggle they turn pink.

7 Make It Clear

In the previous activity, you made “water” appear to turn into “pink lemonade.” In this activity, try it in reverse.

We Need

  • 1/4 cup (65 ml) rubbing alcohol (isopropyl alcohol)
  • Glass jar
  • Ex-Lax chewing gum tablets
  • Drinking glass
  • 1/2 cup (125 ml) tap water
  • Spoon
  • Powdered drain cleaner (without bleach) 1
  • Alka-Seltzer tablet

CAUTION: Do not drink any of the liquids in the experiment.

How to Setup All Things

  1. Pour the alcohol into the glass jar. Add the chewing gum tablets. Set the jar aside overnight. Use the spoon to stir the mixture in the morning.
  2. Pour one teaspoon (5 ml) of the liquid from the jar into the glass. Add a cup (125 ml) of tap water. Stir the mixture again.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell your audience that you are going to turn the glass of water in front of you into pink lemonade.
  2. Say a few magic words over the solution. Use the spoon to add a few grains of “magic powder” (powdered drain cleaner) to the solution. What happens?
  3. After the solution has changed color, tell your audience, “Pink lemonade always gives me a stomachache. “Add the Alka-Seltzer tablet to the solution. What happens this time?

Experiment: When you add a few grains of powdered drain cleaner to laxative and alcohol solution, the solution tums pink. When you add the Alka-Seltzer. The solution turns clear again.

8 Rock Solid

Sometimes what you think will happen does not. Try this trick to fool your friends.

Note: This activity requires adult help.

We Need

  • 2 cups (250 ml) water in plastic cups
  • microwave
  • oven miles
  • adult helper

How to Setup All Things

  1. Place one cup of water in the freezer for at least two days to make sure that the water in the cup I froze solid.
  2. Place both cups of water on the table.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Pick an adult from the audience to be your helper.
  2. Ask the audience: “What do you think will happen when I put both a cup of water and an equal-sized block of ice in a microwave for two minutes?” They will probably tell you that the ice will melt and the water will get hotter.
  3. Place both cups in the microwave.
  4. Set the microwave to HI for 2 minutes, then immediately start the microwave.
  5. After two minutes, have your adult helper put on the oven mitts and remove both cups from the microwave.

Experiment: The cup of ice will remain frozen while the the cup of water will be almost boiling.

9 No Hands

If someone asked you to pick up an ice cube, it would be easy. You could use your fingers to grasp the ice cube and pick it up. But suppose you were asked to pick it up without using your fingers? Try this trick to learn how.

We Need

  • 2 ice cubes
  • Paper
  • Towel
  • Piece of string, 1foot (30 cm) long
  • Salt shaker
  • Ice bucket (insulated)
  • Helper

How to Setup All Things

  1. Make ice cubes in your freezer several days in advance Right before the magic show, place the ice cubes in the ice bucket
  2. Place the paper towel on the table Put the string. ice bucket and salt shaker next to it.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Pick a member of the audience to be your helper. Take one ice cube from the ice bucket and place it on the paper towel. Ask your helper to pick up the ice cube. He should be able to do this without too much trouble.
  2. Next, ask your helper to pick up the ice cube without touching it. Say “You can use the string if you think it will help.” After your helper decides the ice cube cannot be lifted without touching it. it’s your turn to show how it can be done.
  3. Take the other ice cube from the ice bucket and place it on the paper towel.
  4. Place the string on top of the ice cube.
  5. Sprinkle salt on the ice cube.
  6. Wait about 1 minute, then lift the string.

Experiment: When your helper tries to lift the ice cube without using his or her hands, it cannot be done. When you lift the ring, however, the ice cube is stuck to it.

10 Obedient Diver

A good magician can make objects obey commands without touching them. Build this device to make an eyedropper obey your command.

Tell the audience, “With my magical powers I can make the eyedropper in the bottle obey my command without touching it.” 2. Say some magic words, then gently squeeze the bottle. What happens? Say a few more magic words, then relax your grip on the bottle. What happens?

We Need

  • Eyedropper
  • Plastic drinking Glass
  • Tap water
  • 1/2 Gallon (2-liter) plastic soda bottle with a screw-on lid (empty and clean)

How to Setup All Things

  1. Put the eyedropper into a glass of water to make sure it floats. Squeeze the bulb end and draw in a small amount of water. If the eyedropper still floats, add more water. If it sinks, squeeze out some of the water. Keep drawing in or squeezing out water until you get the dropper to just barely float upright in the water.
  2. Fill the bottle to the very top with water. Make sure there are no air bubbles trapped inside the bottle.
  3. Transfer the dropper to the bottle. Screw the lid tightly on the bottle.

Let’s begin Experiment

11 Floating Paper Clip

A magician seems to do things that are impossible. But can a magician make a metal object float? Check out this trick to learn how.

We Need

  1. drinking glass tap water.
  2. paper clips paper towel.

How to Setup All Things

  • Fill the glass with water.
  • Unfold one of the paper clips to create a hook with a flat surface as shown.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell the audience. “Everyone knows that paper clips don’t float” To prove your point drop a paper clip in the glass of water.
  2. Take the paper clip out of the glass and dry it off. Next, tell the audience that you are going to make this paper clip float
  3. Say a few magic words to the paper clip. Place the paper clip on the flat surface of the unfolded paper-clip hook. Hold it horizontally above the water, as close as possible to the surface of the water but without touching it.
  4. Slowly lower the paper clip into the water.

Experiment: The Paper Clips float on the water.

12 Scared Paper

Try this activity to make pepper move without touching it.

We Need

  • 1 cup (250 ml) cold tap water
  • Shallow baking pan
  • Ruler
  • Pepper shaker
  • Bar of soap

How to Setup All Things

  1. Pour the water into the baking pan. The water should be about a 1/2 inch (1.25 cm) deep
  2. Let the pan rest until the water is no longer moving.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell the audience, “It’s time for my pepper to take a bath. (Proper pepper should take a bath at least once a week.) The problem is that my pepper is afraid of soap. Let me show you what I mean.
  2. Sprinkle pepper on the surface of the water. Use enough pepper to cover the entire surface of the water.
  3. Touch the bar of soap to the center of the water. Watch what happens.

Experiment: When you touch bar of soap to the center of the water the paper move to the outside of the pan.

13 Air Tight Cloth

It’s easy to understand how a jar can hold water. But can a piece of cloth? Find out in this activity

We Need

  • The square piece of cheesecloth, 6 – by – 6 inches (15 – by – 15 cm)
  • Drinking glass
  • Rubber Band
  • Pitcher of tap water
  • A plastic tub or baking pan

How to Setup All Things

Place all of the materials on the table in front of you.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell the audience. “I have a magic one-way cloth that only lets water go through it in one direction.
  2. Place the cheesecloth over the mouth of the glass.
  3. Wrap the rubber band around the cloth and the glass to hold the cloth in place. Hold the edges of the cloth against the side of the glass.
  4. Pour tap water through the cloth to fill the glass to the top.
  5. Hold the glass and edges the cloth with one hand and put your other hand over the mouth. of the glass.
  6. Turn the glass upside down over the plastic tub or baking pan.
  7. Say a few magic words, then slowly remove your hand from the mouth of the glass. What happens?

Experiment: When You Turn The Glass Over, The Small Amount Of Water Lakes Out, Boots Aventally Stops. The cloth stops water from flowing out of the glass.

14 Hot Hands

We have all seen water boil. But can the heat from your finger boil water? Try this activity to find out.

We Need

  • a square piece of cheesecloth, 6 – by – 6 inches (15 – by – 15 cm)
  • Drinking glass
  • Rubber band
  • Pitcher of tap water
  • A plastic tub or baking pan
  • Helper

How to Setup All Things

  1. Place the cheesecloth on top of the glass. Secure the cloth in place with the rubber band as shown.
  2. Push the cheesecloth down slightly into the mouth of the glass so that it is not stretched tightly.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell the audience. “In my last trick. I showed you how a cheesecloth can stop water from flowing out of a glass. Now I am going to use the heat from one of your fingers to make the water boil.”
  2. Ask someone from the audience to be your helper. Pour tap water through the cheesecloth into the glass until the glass is totally full Hold the glass and edges of cloth with one hand and put your other hand over the mouth of the glass. 5. Turn the glass upside down over the tub and remove your hand from the mouth of the glass. 6. Have your helper place a finger near the cheesecloth under the glass. Nothing will happen at first. Tell your helper, “‘Your finger is not hot enough. Rub it on the palm of your other hand to make it hotter.”

After your helper rubs your finger on your palm, again have him or her place the finger near the cheesecloth under the glass. 8. Place your free hand on the bottom of the glass, and slowly push on the bottom of the glass as you pull the cheesecloth with the hand that is holding the glass.

Experiment: When your helper places a linger under the cheesecloth, and you push on the bottom of the glass while pulling the cheesecloth, bubbles begin to move up through the water.

15 Twister

You may have seen a movie about tornadoes. But did you know that you can make one? Try this activity to learn how.

We Need

  • 2 1/2-gallon(2-liter) plastic soda bottles (empty and clean) tap water
  • 1-inch (2.5 – cm) metal washer
  • Duct tape

How to Setup All Things

  1. Fill one of the bottles two-thirds full of water
  2. Place the metal washer over the opening of the battle
  3. Turn the second bottle upside down and place it on the washer.
  4. Use duct tape to fasten the two containers and the metal washer together. Use several layers of tape to make sure there will be no water leaks when you tom over the bottles.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell your audience that you are going to make a tornado.
  2. Turn the bottles over so that the bottle with the water is on top.
  3. Place the bottles on the table. A small amount of water will begin to trickle from the top bottle to the bottom bottle. Tell the audience. “I forgot one important thing wind. All tornadoes need some wind to get them started.”
  4. Make a wind sound. Hold the bottles lightly and move them quickly in a small circle horizontally. Watch what happens.

Experiment: The water will spin in the head as it moves from the top bottle to the bottom bottle.

16 Fat Air

The air we breathe keeps us alive. If that isn’t magic enough, try this activity to see how air can help you perform more magic.

We Need

  • safety glasses or goggles
  • 1/4-by-1-by-24 inches (3 – by – 2.5 – by – 60 cm) pine stick (this can be purchased at any lumber store)
  • Sheet of newspaper
  • Ruler

How to Setup All Things

  1. Put the material on the table.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Put on your safety glasses or goggles. Tell the audience, “There are two kinds of air in the world. Some air is skinny and some air is fat. I am going to use the fat air to help me perform a magic trick.”
  2. Place the stick on the table so that about 6 inches (15 cm) extends over the edge of the table.
  3. Say, “Fat air, sit on the stick.” Hit the part of the stick that extends over the table an edge. The stick will flip up into the air.
  4. Tell the audience that skinny air must have sal on the stick. Place the stick back over the table’s edge as you did in Step 2.
  5. Lay the sheet of newspaper over the stick as shown, with the stick centered under the newspaper flatten out the newspaper so there is no air between it able
  6. Again say, “Patar sit on the stick. “Using the edge of your palm hit the protruding end of the stick

Experiment: When you first hit the stick, it flips. But when you hit the stick with the newspaper on it, the stick breaks.

17 Do Not Disturb

Is air pressure strong enough to keep water in a glass when you turn it upside down? Try this activity to find out.

We Need

  • Scissors
  • Thin cardboard
  • Ruler
  • Drinking glass
  • Felt-tip marker
  • Plastic dishpan or glass baking pan
  • Pitcher of tap water

How to Setup All Things

  1. Use the scissors to out a square piece of cardboard so that it is about 1 inch (25em larger than the mouth of the glass on all sides
  2. Use the marker to write Do Not Disturb on the cardboard.
  3. Place the dishpan, glass. pitcher of water, and a piece of cardboard on your table

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell the audience that you are going to use a thin piece of cardboard to keep water in an upside-down glass.
  2. Fill the glass with water until it is completely full.
  3. Place the cardboard over the mouth of the glass so that the writing is on top
  4. Place one hand on top of the cardboard and turn the glass upside down over the dishpan while holding the cardboard in place.
  5. Say a few magic words, then slowly remove the hand holding the cardboard in place.

Experiment: When you remove your hand 5 day card, there is water status in the glass and does not pour out.

18 Sticking Cup

Try this activity to learn how to use air pressure to stick objects to one another

We Need

  • 2 large balloons
  • 2 1-cup (250 – ml) plastic cups
  • Helper

How to Setup All Things

Place the materials on the table before you start the trick.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Pick someone from the audience to be your helper.
  2. Give your helper a balloon and a cup, and keep a balloon and cup for yourself.
  3. Ask your helper to blow up his or her balloon about halfway, then twist the end and hold it closed so that the air cannot escape.
  4. Next, ask your helper to try to stick the cup to the balloon. When he on she can’t do it, it’s your tum,
  5. Blow up your balloon about one-third full of air. Hold your cup against the side of the balloon
  6. With the cup in place, continue to blow up the balloon until the balloon is at least two-thirds full of air. Release the cup.

Experiment: When you blow up the balloons, the cup sticks to the side.

19 Crusher

As you join in the previous activities, magicians can use air pressure to perform extraordinary magic tricks. Try this activity to see how air pressure can crush a can.

Note: This activity requires a stove or hot plate and adult help.

We Need

  • Pie pan
  • Tap water
  • Ruler
  • Stove or hot plate (to be used only by adult helper)
  • Empty soda can
  • Tongs
  • Adult helper

How to Setup All Things

  1. Fill the pie pan with about 1 inch (2.5 cm) of water. Place the pie pan on the counter next to the stove.
  2. Place a small amount of water in the empty soda can just enough to cover the bottom of the can.
  3. Have an adult heat the soda can with water on a stove burner or hot plate. Let the water boil vigorously for about 1 minute. Steam should come out of the can.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell the audience that you are going to crush the soda can without touching it.
  2. Have your adult helper use the tongs to quickly turn the can upside down in the pie pan of water. Watch what happens!

Experiment: when your helper puts them can down in the pie but also filled with water, they can immediately crucify.

20 Air Ball

Have you ever seen a magician make a person float in mid – air? Try this activity to learn your own version of that trick. Note: This activity requires a blow-dryer and adult help.

We Need

  • Blow-dryer (to be used only by an adult helper)
  • 2 large books or other heavy objects
  • Ping-Pong ball
  • Ruler
  • Adult helper.

How to Setup All Things

  1. Place the blow-dryer on the table with the exhaust end (the end the hot air comes out of) pointing up.
  2. Use the books to hold the blow-dryer in place. Make sure the books do not block the air intake fan on the side of the dryer.
  3. Plugin the dryer.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Ask an adult in the audience to be your helper.
  2. Tell the audience. “I am going to make an ordinary Ping-Pong ball float in the air.
  3. Hold the Ping-Pong hall m your hand and let it drop to the table Tell the audience. Whoops! I forgot to say the magic words”
  4. Saya a few magic words over the Ping Pong ball. Have your helper set the dryer to its highest setting and turn it on.
  5. Carefully place the ball in the stream of air about 18 inches (45 cm) from the exhaust end of the dryer.

21 Attracting Cans

In the previous activities, you’ve seen several ways that Bernoulli’s principle can be used to perform magic tricks. Here’s another way.

We Need

  • 2 empty soda cans
  • 24 plastic drinking straws
  • helper

How to Setup All Things

  1. Place the two cans on the table about 1 inch (2.5 cm) apart.
  2. Put the straws on the table near the cans.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Ask a member of the audience to be your helper.
  2. Ask your helper to make the can move closer together by blowing air through one of the straws Your helper might be able to make one can move a little closer to the other, but will find it difficult.
  3. When it is your tum, set one straw aside Spread the remaining 23 straws on the table parallel to one another and about to% inch (625 to 1.25 cm) apart.
  4. Stand the two cans on the straws about 3 inches (7.5 cm) ) apart. Tell the audience that you want an even bigger challenge, so you are placing the cans farther apart.
  5. Pick up the straw you set aside and point it at the left side of the can on your right. Take a deep breath and blow a constant stream of air through the states.
  6. Keep blowing, moving your head and the straw to the left.

Experiment: When you blow on the left side of one can it moves toward the other can. In the More Fun Stuff To Do section, the cans and apples move towards each other when you blow in between them.

22 Catch It

A magician often asks a member of the audience to do something that seems easy but turns out to be impossible. Try this activity to learn one way to do this.

We Need

  • Dollar bill
  • Helper

How to Setup All Things

Place the dollar bill on the table in front of you.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Hold up the dollar bill and let it fall to the table.
  2. Ask someone in the audience to be your helper. Tell the audience that you will let the helper have the dollar bill if he or she can catch it after you drop it.
  3. Fold the bill in half lengthwise.
  4. Tell your helper. Vaikallist and hold it out in front of you. Next, have the helper open the thumb and index finger so that there is a space between the thumb and index finger.
  5. Hold the bill upright between your helper’s finger and thumb so about half of the bill extends below the finger and thumb. Tell your helper that you are going to let go of the bill. He or she should try to catch the bill after you drop it by pinching your finger and thumb together.
  6. Release the bill.

Experiment: The helper is not able to catch the dollar bill before it fells past his or her finger and thumb.

23 Broom and Ball

You may have seen a magician pull a tablecloth from beneath a glass of water without losing a drop. Try this activity to find out how to do an even more spectacular trick.

We Need

  • plastic drinking glass (CAUTION: You must use a plastic drinking glass. Do not substitute one made of glass.)
  • Metal pie plate
  • Empty toilet paper tube
  • Golf ball
  • Yardstick or meterstick
  • Bristle broom

How to Setup All Things

Put all the materials on the table before you start the trick.

Let’s begin Experiment

  1. Tell the audience that you are going to do an amazing trick that other magicians won’t even try
  2. Place the plastic glass near the edge of your table.
  3. Place the pie plate right-side-up on top of the glass. The plate should stick out over the edge of the table.
  4. Place the toilet paper tube upright on the pie plate so that it is directly above the glass.
  5. Place the golf ball on the top of the toilet paper tube.
  6. Hold the broom upright in front of you. Stand about 2 feet (60 cm) from the golf ball tower, facing the tower.
  7. Bend the broom’s bristles towards you, then step on them to hold them to the floor.
  8. Ask the audience for quiet, saying something like, “I don’t want to be disturbed in this, the most difficult trick of all time!”
  9. Pull the broom toward you, then release it so that the broomstick hits the pie plate.

Experiment: The broomstick hits the plate and pushes the plate and the toilet paper tumbles out from under the golf ball. The golf ball falls bricks the plastic cup.

What we learn in fun easy science experiments

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