Science in Sweatpants: Solar Oven S'mores
FOX 7 Austin Meteorologist Chelsea Andrews shows you how to make a solar oven for cooking up some s'mores.
Science in Sweatpants: Rainy Day Fireworks
FOX 7 Austin Meteorologist Chelsea Andrews shows you two ways to create fire-less fireworks at home.
Science in Sweatpants: Cloud in a Bottle
FOX 7 Austin Meteorologist Chelsea Andrews talks about the science behind clouds and shows you two ways to create your own clouds at home.
Science in Sweatpants: Exploring the Bernoulli Principle
Science in Sweatpants: Follow along with FOX 7 Austin Meteorologist Chelsea Andrews as she demonstrates the Bernoulli Principle using everyday items.
Science in Sweatpants: Magnetic Slime
Let’s make some magnetic slime! This experiment is really fun and simple but definitely requires adult supervision.
Science in Sweatpants: Baking soda and vinegar
With baking soda and white vinegar, you can do countless at-home experiments. Here are three of them.
How to flash freeze water in a bottle
Today’s experiment may be something you’ve seen on social media, we’ll be freezing a bottle of water and growing ice crystals instantly.
Have you ever heard of a walking rainbow? Here is how you make one
This is a great experiment for demonstrating the color wheel as well.
Learn how to make your very own lava lamp
Making your own lava lamp is fun, easy, and a great way to view substances with different densities interacting with each other.
How to make your own fog machine
Adult supervision is highly recommended during this experiment.
How to make homemade ice cream
Chelsea Andrews shows you how to make delicious homemade ice cream without having to lug out your ice cream maker.
The elephant toothpaste experiment
Even though it’s called elephant toothpaste, it is NOT actually toothpaste.
Make your own crystals at home!
This is a great experiment because you’re only limited by your imagination and what you can make with pipe cleaners.
How to make a rainbow in a jar
If it’s not disturbed, the rainbow could last for a few days!
How to use air pressure to crush cans
Nature is always trying to maintain equilibrium, this experiment is a fun way to illustrate that.
How to use sunlight to paint a picture
After about 4 hours in the sun, the crayons on the black poster will have melted much more than those on the white poster board.
Let's talk about temperature, density and weather
With this experiment, we’ll be illustrating how air masses with differing densities interact with one
Make your own cloud in a cup!
Have fun and don’t forget to share pictures of your rain clouds!
How to make your own snow!
Snow is a rare sight, but other types of wintry precipitation, like sleet and freezing rain, are a little more common in Central Texas