We got loads of ideas yesterday from your brilliant tweets on possible experiments you can do at home. Below are some of our favourites submitted. Try them and let us know how you get on!
Dissolve as much sugar as u can into boiling water, then pour into a jar. Hang a string into it. Leave and watch crystals grow! #science140
Rinse plastic bottle with diluted alcohol. Use bike pump to increase pressure inside. Release quickly... Cloud in a bottle! #science140
Markus ★ Hammonds @InvaderXan
If it's cold outside, pour boiling water into an empty metal oil tin. Leave it outside. Air pressure will crush it as it cools! #science140
Daniel Colquitt @danielcolquitt
#science140 Cornflower + water + hammer or old speaker cone = hours of [messy] fun
Mark Lorch @Sci_ents
@science140 Get an empty drink can & a balloon. Rub the balloon on your hair. Hold balloon near can. Watch it roll.
Paul Lavin @plavin1922
@science140 Add dark food colouring into water. Then place a white petaled flower stem into it. Over time, the petals will change colour!
Eilis McGrath @NerdOdactyl
Vegetable oil & magnetic ink/toner for a printer make a great ferrofluid- all you need to to do is add a magnet #science140
Holly Kershaw @cholly_
Place some whole milk in a saucer, add a few drops food dye. Put in a drop of detergent and watch what happens to the fats! #science140