Amazing Science Experiments That You Can Do At Home Cool Science Experiments (Top 10)

Amazing Science Experiments That You Can Do At Home Cool Science Experiments (Top 10)

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HooplakidzLab brings to you 10 amazing science experiments that you can easily do at home using everyday household items. Welcome To HooplakidzLab where science is fun. Today we are here with some of the coolest science experiments you and your little one can try at home.

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(05:14) How to Make Slime
(07:57) How to Make a Rainbow in a Tube
(11:01) How To Make Lava Art At Home
(14:38) How to Make a Home Made Lava Lamp for Kids
(17:15) How To Measure Your Lung Capacity
(20:26) Water Defying Gravity Experiments
(21:39) How to Make a Home Made Candle from an Orange
(23:39) Magic Trick with Matches and a Coin
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Insane experiments you probably won’t be learning in school.

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Sodium Metal Explodes:
Nitrogen Bottle Rocket:
Metal Melter:
Pyrotechnic Pie:

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Project Inspired By:

Alltime10s. They asked if I could make a video demonstrating crazy science, in a collaboration effort with their channel. Special thanks to inspiration from SteveSpanglerScience for the idea on the exploding Pumpkins: (,and Fysikshow for the idea of Liquid nitrogen bottle rockets! ( If you check out their videos, please leave them a comment that you came from Grant Thompson’s channel and that I gave them credit for the idea 🙂 Thank you!


This video is for demonstrational and educational purposes only. Each demonstration poses risks and hazards that must be fully understood before attempting, and should only be attempted by professionals. Use of this video content is at your own risk.

Project History & More Info:

These are some of my favorite projects / demonstrations, and if you’re a seasoned subscriber, you may remember some of this footage from various “Quick Clips” posted well over a year ago. But I imagine for the majority of you, most of these will be new.

I was excited to make this compilation to explain what was happening, and hope that you felt the power and excitement of science in action. I’m really excited about sharing the results of my experiments with you.

One of my favorite shots in the video was when two separate sodium pieces joined together into one piece, while dancing around on the water. Did you catch that part?

I hope my compilation was fun to watch, and educational at the same time. If you felt inspired or learned something new, please like my video and share it with your friends. It will help make them smarter as well. Win/Win! 🙂

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