15. 1. The Frozen Bubble Experiment
What do you get when you blow bubbles in cold weather conditions? Frozen bubbles that roll across the ground!
16. 2. The Super Soaker Experiment
Boiling water turns instantly into ice mist when it’s squirted from a Super Soaker in freezing temperatures.
17. 3. The Frozen Towel-Sled Experiment
Don’t have a sled of your own? No worries, if you have a towel, you can make a sled.
18. 4. The Insta-Slurpee Experiment
What’s happening here? The soda has been cooled below its freezing temperature and there are no “imperfections” to kick off the formation of ice crystals. Opening the bottle unleashes a chain reaction, which leads to an “instant slurpee.” SCIENCE.
19. 5. The Snowman Piñata Experiment
I don’t believe you technically need the freezing temperatures to make this, but it’s still a fun winter activity!
20. 6. The Maple Syrup Taffy Experiment
You can pull it directly from the snow and eat it where you stand or you can take wooden kabob skewers and roll the syrup taffy around one end to make maple syrup taffy lollipops! Omnomnommm.
21. 7. The Shatter Shirt Experiment
I mean, why not freeze random stuff and shatter it against a wall?
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