Pepper Experiment

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This pepper experiment is a fun science experiment for your kids!

Check out this Pepper Experiment  It is a Fun Science Experiment when you are looking for something to do this summer.  Peyton and I had a lot of fun with this experiment and integrating a little science into our summer is always a win/win.  The Pepper Experiment A Fun Science Lab Experiment didn’t cost much and it was nice to be able to incorporate some science into our summer. We even incorporated the scientific method into our project! I would suggest this Pepper Experiment for sure! A great way to get a little “learning” in during the summer too.

This pepper experiment is a fun science experiment for your kids!

This pepper experiment is a fun science experiment for your kids!

This pepper experiment is a fun science experiment for your kids!

This pepper experiment is a fun science experiment for your kids!

Pepper Experiment :: A Fun Science Lab Experiment
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Ingredients
  • Dish
  • A Toothpick
  • Water
  • Black Pepper
  • Liquid Dish Soap
Instructions
  1. Fill your dish with water.
  2. Add three pinches of pepper to the water in the center of the dish.
  3. Dip the toothpick into the liquid dish soap.
  4. Touch the toothpick to the center of the water in your dish.
  5. The pepper quickly "runs" to the edges of the dish.

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Comments

  1. Lea Stormhammer says:

    Oh, that you for posting this!

    We used to do this when I was a kid and I could not for the life of me remember what we dipped into the water! I think we used our finger rather than toothpick, but it was the dishsoap part I was missing!

    Thanks again,
    Lea

  2. Lea Stormhammer says:

    Or rather “thank you”, not “that you”. *Blush*

    :)
    Lea

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