Experiment has experiments for you to try at home, activity books to download, PhysicsQuest resources for your school or after school group, and a way you can get your physics questions answered by real physicists.


PhysicsQuest, a free competition for 6-9th grade students and after school groups, consisting of four science experiments that give students clues to solve a mystery. Classes can submit their answers online and be entered in a random drawing for prizes. PhysicsQuest kits are free to registered classrooms and groups. 

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Physics in a Jar: Make Your Own Ferrofluid

Is it a miniature porcupine? No! It’s ferrofluid. Follow these simple instructions to make your own.

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Physics When It’s Cold Outside: Snowflake Symmetry

Bring the beauty of snow inside, while leaving the cold outside by creating paper snowflakes and exploring symmetry.

Activity Books


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