What If There Was No Electricity for a Year

So, you’re sitting at home watching some top-notch Bright Side videos and sipping on hot chocolate. Hey few things in life are better! Nothing bodes trouble… until your screen suddenly goes black! “What the…” You move the mouse. Nothing. Push the power button. Still, no life. “Ah, must’ve accidentally knocked the cord out of the […]

What Would Life Be Like Without Metals?

A world without metal – “Good! That’s not music, anyway!” Calm down, boomers, I’m talking about the elements. You know, copper, silver, lead, iron, and whatnot. What if they all just disappeared overnight? As if some has meddled with our metal. “So, no more spoons and coins? Big deal!” you say. Not so fast! You […]

Static Electricity and the Balloon

Hi, I am Jared, and welcome to Fun Science Demonstrations for Young Learners. What is more fun than a balloon, huh? And we have all been there. How many of you have ever scrubbed a balloon on your hair and you felt this kinda weird force, and you are trying to hang it on a […]

The Electric Motor: Magnets and Electricity

What in the world is going on here? I have a few simple materials. I have a battery, I have some wire, then I have a magnet here and above the magnet is a coil of copper wire. You put all that together and I have some really cool things happening. And believe it or […]

Heat Expands a Metal Rod

Hi, I am Jared, and welcome to our YouTube channel Fun Science Demonstrations. The big idea here is that things expand, they get bigger when you heat them up. It does not matter if it is a solid, if it is a liquid, if it is a gas; they will expand, they will get bigger, […]

What Conducts Electricity?

Hi, I am Jared, and welcome to Fun Science Demonstrations for Young Learners. A little message, Morse code, are you getting it? Our big idea today is that electricity needs a path to follow and sometimes that path is easy to follow, and sometimes it is not so easy. Some things conduct electricity and some […]

You Can MELT METAL In Your HAND! – Liquid Metal Science Experiments

Today, I’m going to show you this really cool metal called Gallium. It looks a bit like Mercury and it turns into a liquid at about 30 degrees centigrade. That’s about 85 Degrees Fahrenheit! (now that’s warm) It’s often used in the production of semi-conducters and in some LEDs (The More You Know) And when […]