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Hey there scientists! Ready for another round of eye-opening and exciting science experiments? We’re so eager to show you all the cool projects we have in store today. Who said science was boring? Definitely not us! For starters, we’ll show you how to make a DIY balloon pump using a hairdryer and a plastic bottle. It will surely come in handy when decorating for a birthday party.

After the party’s over, it’s time to take down the balloons. You’ll learn how to pop balloons using nothing but an orange peel. Amazing, right? Then, we’ll show a really cool trick: absorbing glue with salt! Have you ever heard of surface tension? Check out the comprehensive example in this video. We have many more experiments waiting, so make sure you watch all the way until the end and let us know your results!

Let’s begin!


0:09 – DIY balloon pump
1:38 – Popping a balloon with an orange
5:18 – Salt absorbs glue
8:31 – Surface tension experiment
11:48 – Rotating coil
15:01 – What is the best heat conductor?

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