What are ocean currents?
Learn the science of ocean currents with Nanogirl marine biologist, Katey Fish.
How to crush a steel drum using air pressure
Go behind the scenes of a Nanogirl Live! show to see how this amazing experiment works!
Nanogirl's Witches' Brew Halloween Experiment
Double, double, toil and trouble—fire burn, and cauldron bubble. Experiment with our Nanogirl Witches’ Brew this Halloween!
Make a harmonica
Try this simple experiment at home to make your own noisy harmonica using the science of vibration.
DID YOU KNOW?
Fireworks get their colour from different metals mixed in with the gunpowder, which burn brightly when ignited.
How to engineer an Airzooka
Go behind the scenes of a Nanogirl Live! show to see how Nanogirl and Boris can turn an old rubbish bin into an Airzooka that sends smoke rings flying!
How to make rocks and shells fizz
Did you know you can make rocks fizz and bubble? Try this easy experiment at home!
How salty is the sea?
We know sea water is salty - with this easy experiment you can find out just how salty it is where you live!
DID YOU KNOW?
There are 100,000 miles of blood vessels in an adult human body. If you laid them end to end, they would stretch around the Equator twice.
Make your own virus-fighting soap
Learn how to make your own, personalised soap to make hand washing fun!
How does soap work?
Ever wondered how soap gets all those nasty germs off your hands when you wash them?
What’s sand made of?
Use an experiment to find out what’s in sand with this easy experiment you can do at home or at the beach!
Halloween Floating Eye Science Experiment
A spooky experiment to learn all about Bernoulli’s Principle with your children this Halloween!
DID YOU KNOW?
The Eiffel Tower in Paris is 15 cm taller in the summer than it is in the winter due to thermal expansion. It is engineered with special ‘expansion points’ to allow it to grow larger in the heat without damaging itself.
Why do animals have different shaped ears?
Learn the science behind why different animals have different shaped ears, then design and make your own animal ears!
Why do stars twinkle?
Do stars actually twinkle, or is it just an illusion? Find out with this easy experiment using a torch, a bowl of water, a pen and some tin foil.
Make a balloon rocket
How fast must Santa's sleigh travel to deliver presents to every child in just one day? Practice measuring speed by making a balloon rocket!
Make a ping pong ball fly
Wow your friends with this amazing feat of science - it’s easy when you know how!
Make plastic from milk!
Did you know plastics can be made from lots of different things? Try this easy experiment at home to make your own plastic from milk!
How to make a lemon battery
Nanogirl and Fern the Fairy make a lemon battery using science on The Moe Show.
Make your own blubber
Have you ever wondered how some animals survive in the cold? Well for some, blubber is the answer! Why not try this experiment to see how blubber can protect you from the cold?
Make a dinosaur fossil
Make your own pretend dinosaur fossils at home, all you need is some clay, plaster of paris and of course a dinosaur!
Make your own animal puzzle
Have you ever wondered which animal might be the smartest, and how we might measure intelligence? Make this memory game at home and see how your memory compares to your friends!
How to make a spinning top
What makes a spinning top keep on spinning without falling over? Hint - it's the same type of force that keeps a spinning black hole turning too!