Experiments with Magic
Science experiments are fun and educational. Readers learn about the world around them as they perform lab experiments. Experiments with Magic explores the scientific concepts behind many magic tricks by guiding the reader through nine easy-to-do science experiments for elementary students. Students are presented with activities that explain how ordinary science can be interpreted as magic.
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acid added to grape adult helper adult to help air inside aluminum foil Ask an adult barometer means Bernoulli's principle bottle filled bottle flows bottle pushes bottle will stop bottom bottle bottom hole bowl bucket change air pressure change the color cold water color of grape colored marking pens Cover the hole Cover the top dowel empty 2-liter plastic Exploratorium faster the air fish fish-in-a-bowl food coloring four tiny streams given space glass hair dryer higher air pressure hot air hot water Houdini Impress your audience inside the bottle litmus paper blue litmus paper red magic tricks magically change Magicians nail to punch Optical Illusions perform plastic wrap retina rises Science Magic shoe box show your audience slippery and turns sour and turns students/classroom substance that feels substance that tastes table tennis ball Tell your audience thaumatrope top bottle top hole upside vinegar water molecules WATER TORTURE CELL