The YouTube Experiment Elementary School Student introduces a book of DIY experiments inspired by viral experiments shared on the social media video platform.
Although there are plenty of books on make-at-home science experiments that can be purchased for students of all ages, this one's focus on chemistry, physics and fluid mechanics emphasizes ties to popular stunts from YouTube. Some of the YouTube experiments include increasing the carbonation in a soda bottle, magic tricks that can be conducted with water and more.
While some YouTube experiments draw in viewers for their danger factor, all of the experiments in the book stress the proper safety precautions and detail how kids can effortlessly carry out the DIY experiments at home.
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