Experiments are one of the best way to learn science. They engage children of all ages through fun and entertaining learning experience. Try things around you in different ways before getting into a final conclusion. They can help you to become a good human, a knowledgeable one. Our amazing science experiments are not only fun but also a platform of active learning. You can develop your own fun science experiments, but make sure that you take proper safety measures try your craziest science tricks.

You can find our entertaining fun experiments categorised age-wise below. Make sure that you take proper precautions while performing these experiments.

List of Fun Experiments Age-wise

 

Beginners (Age 4 – 7 years) | Juniors (Age 8 – 11 years)

Intermediates (Age 12 – 14 years) | Seniors (Age 14+ years)

 

 

Amazing Science Experiments for Beginners

fireworks in a jar

Fireworks in a Jar

Is there anyone in this world who doesn’t love enjoying fireworks? Fireworks are colourful and thrilling. However there are a ...
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Duck Sound Whistle

Make A Duck Sound Whistle

I know that most of you love whistles. I too love whistles. This is not the usual whistle that we ...
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Counting Lesson 0 to 10

Make a Lamp From an Orange

Make a Lamp From An Orange | Lamps provide light and they are always inspirational. Some of our festivals like Deepawali ...
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Bending Pencil Experiment

Bending Pencil Using Water Experiment

Bending Pencil Experiment: Can you bend your ordinary pencil using your hands? I am sure that it is impossible to ...
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Rainbow

Rainbow From a Glass of Water Experiment

Kids love rainbows. I am no more a kid but I too love rainbows and their colors. Naturally, rainbows are ...
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Puncture Proof Balloon

Puncture Proof Balloon Experiment

Hey! Balloons are always fun but what is this puncture proof balloon? Well, the balloons are not pop proof by ...
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Make Rain in a Jar

Rain In A Jar

Rain In A Jar: Do you love playing in rain? A bit of rain fun is good, but you need to ...
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Coloring Apple

Colouring Apples

Colouring Apple Experiment: This is a super cool experiment with apples. This experiment may also give your ideas to help ...
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bell jar

Bell Jar Experiment of Sound

Sound is a mechanical wave which needs a medium to propagate. The medium can be air, liquid, or solid. Sound ...
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string phone

A String Phone

Sound waves are mechanical waves which can be propagated through a medium. However, our landline telephones used to convert sound ...
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floating sinking experiment

Sinking – Floating Experiment

Sinking – Floating Experiment: Do you think that all objects with heavy weight sink? If so, there are some wooden ...
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Fill a Balloon

Fill a Balloon Using Warm Air

Fill a Balloon Using Warm Air is a simple science experiment that demonstrates one of the major properties of air ...
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Fun Science Experiments for Juniors

How to Make Slime with Glue and Borax

How to Make Slime with Glue and Borax?

Slime is an interesting play material that attracted kids and toy industry since its introduction in 1976. It is a ...
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Colour a White Flower

Colored flowers science experiment

How to make color changing carnations? Making of flower bouquet required many flowers with different colors. These colors make the bouquet ...
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fireworks in a jar

Fireworks in a Jar

Is there anyone in this world who doesn’t love enjoying fireworks? Fireworks are colourful and thrilling. However there are a ...
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Duck Sound Whistle

Make A Duck Sound Whistle

I know that most of you love whistles. I too love whistles. This is not the usual whistle that we ...
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Counting Lesson 0 to 10

Make a Lamp From an Orange

Make a Lamp From An Orange | Lamps provide light and they are always inspirational. Some of our festivals like Deepawali ...
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Tornado in a bottle

Make Tornado In a Bottle

Tornado in a bottle Make tornado in a bottle – We all love to do fascinating things. Is it possible ...
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Floating Egg Experiment

Floating Egg Experiment

When you drop an egg into freshwater, if the egg is good, it will sink. A good egg sinks in ...
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pH test

Red Cabbage pH Indicator Experiment

Testing pH value of solutions and seeing the colour changes on pH indicator is an amazing learning activity. However, to ...
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egg

Egg Experiment with Vinegar and Corn Syrup

Egg Experiment with Vinegar and Corn Syrup: Do you know that eggs are healthy for kids? It is also fun to ...
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Bending Pencil Experiment

Bending Pencil Using Water Experiment

Bending Pencil Experiment: Can you bend your ordinary pencil using your hands? I am sure that it is impossible to ...
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Rainbow

Rainbow From a Glass of Water Experiment

Kids love rainbows. I am no more a kid but I too love rainbows and their colors. Naturally, rainbows are ...
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red cabbage

How to Make pH Indicator?

pH paper is filter paper that is used as pH indicators. Technically, pH papers or litmus papers are made using ...
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Interesting Science Experiments for Intermediates

Make a model of fire extinguisher | Dry Ice fire extinguisher

Dry Ice Fire Extinguisher | Fun brains Science Experiments

Fire extinguishers are used for putting off fire and avoid disasters. Majority of fire extinguishers use carbon dioxide to put ...
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How to Make Slime with Glue and Borax

How to Make Slime with Glue and Borax?

Slime is an interesting play material that attracted kids and toy industry since its introduction in 1976. It is a ...
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Colour a White Flower

Colored flowers science experiment

How to make color changing carnations? Making of flower bouquet required many flowers with different colors. These colors make the bouquet ...
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Counting Lesson 0 to 10

Make a Lamp From an Orange

Make a Lamp From An Orange | Lamps provide light and they are always inspirational. Some of our festivals like Deepawali ...
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ice cream with dry ice

Make Ice Cream With Dry Ice

We all love to ice creams. The boring thing about ice creams is the time that we have to wait ...
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pH test

Red Cabbage pH Indicator Experiment

Testing pH value of solutions and seeing the colour changes on pH indicator is an amazing learning activity. However, to ...
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egg

Egg Experiment with Vinegar and Corn Syrup

Egg Experiment with Vinegar and Corn Syrup: Do you know that eggs are healthy for kids? It is also fun to ...
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red cabbage

How to Make pH Indicator?

pH paper is filter paper that is used as pH indicators. Technically, pH papers or litmus papers are made using ...
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Bottle Inhales a Balloon

Bottle That Inhales a Balloon

A bottle that inhales a balloon? How this can be possible. Yes, it is possible. Do you know that air expands ...
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Fire Resistant Balloons

Fire Resistant Balloons

I don’t think balloons are fire resistant. We all know that balloons are vulnerable to fire. Is it possible to ...
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Dry Ice in Water

Dry Ice in Warm Water Experiment

We know that Dry Ice is the solid form of Carbon Dioxide. There are a lot of fun experiments that you ...
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giant bubble: selected dry ice experiments

Dry Ice Bubble Experiment

Love to play with bubbles? Well, in this dry ice bubble experiment we are going to show you how to make ...
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Cool Science Experiments for Seniors

Make a model of fire extinguisher | Dry Ice fire extinguisher

Dry Ice Fire Extinguisher | Fun brains Science Experiments

Fire extinguishers are used for putting off fire and avoid disasters. Majority of fire extinguishers use carbon dioxide to put ...
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How to Make Slime with Glue and Borax

How to Make Slime with Glue and Borax?

Slime is an interesting play material that attracted kids and toy industry since its introduction in 1976. It is a ...
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ice cream with dry ice

Make Ice Cream With Dry Ice

We all love to ice creams. The boring thing about ice creams is the time that we have to wait ...
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How to make dry ice at home?

How to make dry ice at home?

Make Dry Ice At Home – Dry Ice, if you did not read our lesson – ‘What Do You Mean By ...
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sugar cubes

Sulfuric Acid and Sugar Experiment

One of the most interesting and simple science experiment is the sulfuric acid and sugar experiment. However, the experiment uses ...
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Potassium Chloride and Water Experiment

Potassium Chloride and Water Experiment

Potassium Chloride and Water Experiment: If you loved trying the sugar and sulphuric acid experiment to demonstrate the exothermic reaction, ...
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Sulfuric Acid Reaction with Eggshell, baking soda, and tissue paper

Sulfuric Acid Reaction With Eggshell, Baking Soda, and Tissue Paper

Sulfuric Acid or Sulphuric Acid is a highly corrosive mineral acid and it is very dangerous to handle it at ...
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Comet Hyakutake

Make a Comet Using Dry Ice

Comets are cosmic snowballs of frozen organic gases, rock and dust.  It may have the size of small town. Here ...
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Make Dry Ice at Home With Fire Extinguisher

Make Dry Ice at Home With Fire Extinguisher

Make Dry Ice at Home With Fire Extinguisher – Dry ice or frozen CO2 is extremely cold: -109.3 oF (-78.5 oC) ...
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Dry Ice Poppers

Dry Ice Poppers – Dry ice is frozen/solid carbon dioxide (CO2). It is useful in cooling materials in shipping and refrigerators, cleaning ...
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Dry Ice Science Projects

7 Awesome Dry Ice Science Projects

Dry ice can be a good entertaining option for your upcoming science project. But, what is dry ice? Do not ...
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Selected Dry Ice Experiments

Selected Dry Ice Experiments

Playing with dry ice is fun. Dry Ice can surely help you to create some awesome tricks to impress your ...
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What You Should Expect in Fun Brains Science Experiments?

Fun Brains has a large collection of science experiments and most of them are simple and easy to perform. Our science experiments are developed after a team of educators, students, and parents try on them and rework on the basic idea to best fit for the educational purpose of children. Though these activities are entertaining and aimed for active learning of children, when you perform our fun science experiments we strongly recommend to take the help of an adult (parents or teachers) to make sure that you have taken all the needed safety measures. Most of them are simple science experiments that you can do with easily available materials. If you have a new experiment idea or a few new ideas that you wish to share with others, write to us and we will publish all your fun science experiments on Fun Brains (if they match to our norms).

Who Can Use Fun Brains’ Experiments?

Our fun science experiments are free for all. However, students, parents, and teachers are the specific groups of people who can benefit most from these experiments. You can even combine a few science experiments that we have in our database to perform an interesting science show. Welcome to Fun Brains awesome collection of experiment ideas!