5 NEW RECORD-BREAKING MAKER THEMED EXPERIMENTS TO TRY AT HOME RIGHT NOW
Guinness World Records: Science & Stuff is an interactive exploration of the world of science that encourages kids to put on a lab coat and goggles.
Created by the editorial team behind the Guinness World Records annual book, Science & Stuff was designed to inspire the next generation of makers, scientists and inventors.
What’s inside the Science Experiment Guide?
Inside the guide is five exciting, yet easy-to-follow maker experiments that are a great homework or Spring Break activity to inspire your kids to get engaged with science. Kids can try their hands at stretching slime, building a marshmallow catapult and hitting the most targets with airplanes all as they attempt to break a record. This is a fun way to introduce kids to the physics of motion, the concept of molecules and the science of aerodynamics.
These five maker and science experiments can be done with everyday household supplies and kids can follow along using the step-by-step instructions and photographs. Perfect for kids 8-12, these record-breaking experiments are sure to strike the right balance of cool and educational.
Watch the video to see why science teacher and record holder, Science Bob, loves the Guinness World Records: Science & Stuff book and our record-breaking science experiments.
If you love these experiments, you can find more like them in Science & Stuff and you can share your kids work using #GWRScience. If you or your kids want to officially attempt a record then make sure to visit www.guinnessworldrecords.com/science.