Mysterious Makeup and Preposterous Props! - II
What's invisible and makes bubbles?
Using vinegar and baking soda, discover that chemical reactions produce new substances with properties different from the substances combined.
When is a giant boulder mighty in size and small in weight?
Make different sizes of plastic foam rocks and observe how substances have different densities (mass per unit volume), that affect how they interface with other matter.
What different forms of matter can you create?
Experiment with kitchen science to see that matter has properties, including elasticity, density, color, and texture that define how it behaves.
What does chemistry have to do with making a new face?
Mix plaster of Paris and water to make a chemical reaction that produces new material and uses heat during the reaction.