This elementary science experiment creates a wave box that demonstrates how earthquake waves can travel through a variety of materials as they travel away from the focus of an earthquake where the rocks first rupture.
All earthquakes produce P waves and S waves. P waves travel through solids, liquids and gases. In this simple science experiment you will see how P waves travel through different solids causing paper clips on a string to vibrate.
Gravity Experiment, Topsy Turvy PlantsHave fun growing tomatoes upside down in this fun experiment.
Elementary Science Experiments, Bird FeedersStudy the feeding habits of wild birds in your back yard or porch area in this interesting experiment.
Science Experiment, Mentos ExperimentHave fun creating a geyser of diet coke in the fun and exciting experiment.
Science Experiments, Great Ice Cube RaceThe great ice cube race tests the time it takes for different shapes of ice cubes to melt.
Water Cycle Experiments, Acid RainLearn what happens when acid rain falls on objects made of calcite in this experiment.
Elementary Science Experiment, Earthquake WavesCreate your own wave box that makes paper clips jump when earthquake waves pass through them.
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