Square Bubbles Experiment

Mister C Cube Bubble

Let’s Make some Bubbles!   Experimenting with square bubbles is the perfect summer time activity!  Get outside, get messy, and have some fun!  Bubbles are fun for any age and it will definitely get you talking about science!  To make a square bubble, you’ll need the following materials: Materials: Six straws Six pipe cleaners Scissors Bubble Mix – Store bought … Read More

Table Top Tower Challenge

HairImage of Mister C's Raising Science Table Tope

Are you ready for the Table Top Tower Challenge? Mister C is all about creating fun and exciting opportunities for students and families!  So much in fact that he created a challenge for families to do at home!  This one is SIMPLE, but you can make it as complex as you need!  It’s called the Table Top Tower Challenge! What … Read More

Mister C’s Creating a Pop-Up STEAM Studio!

Mister C's Create a pop up STEAM Studio Presentation

The classroom has become such an amazing place to learn with so many incredible tools at the fingertips of students and teachers.  Classroom boundaries no longer prevent students from accessing information on the Internet at lightning speeds.  Our students go online to search for articles, videos, songs and more!  The Internet is a place that provides an opportunity for online … Read More

Elephant Toothpaste

Mister C Making Elephant Toothpaste

It’s that Spook-tacular time of year again and making elephant toothpaste is perfect for any season….especially Halloween! This experiment works with hydrogen peroxide and illustrates catalytic decomposition. You’ve probably got hydrogen peroxide in your home, but remember…always work with a parent when doing experiments. You’ll need a few simple items to get started: Empty water bottle Dry Yeast Liquid dish … Read More

DIY Fire Extinguisher

Mister C DIY Fire Extinguisher

Alrighty Parents, this next experiment is one that you’ll definitely be working with your kiddos on to ensure safety.  Remember, handling items like fire and flames can be dangerous and children should never be left unsupervised!  In fact, it’s important that parents are also careful – Mister C gets his fingers really close to the flame at one point.  Don’t … Read More