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Hi everybody this is spot text -- pulled on getting kids involved in science and math.
Is important not only to keep students competitive in the world but to help.
Future innovation however -- can be a challenge sometimes to McKnight kids' interest.
Joining us now is rob Diaz of mad science and his goal is to make learning science -- thanks so much for joining us to what advice would you efforts ball for parents and teachers.
Who want to get kids interested and involved inside I would just you know get out there and do it means the that the great part about sciences at the hands on exploration saying now.
Find some some some really cool experiments and and do them and get involved with the children.
-- speaking experiments you brought one with you let's take a look at this we've got some milk in front of us whats this about.
All of this is a really cool -- experiment that I do at home with your kids who got some help now milk has lot of fat in it.
-- spent in the solution and we're actually going to take a look at that I'm gonna -- A little bit of food color over here tech ideas to Charlotte you want to do Europe play over there.
Actually try to keep the -- really close together and do such a great job with -- -- -- And what we're gonna see is that.
So -- dirty dishes by multiplying the fact that breaks down into smaller pieces -- right the fat in the solution kind of creates a surface tension that we're gonna break down.
If you look carefully at mine I'm gonna -- just a few little drops.
Of -- And you'll see 10.
Who I call this exploding new colors all right you could see.
How the surface tension is broken -- that start to break and then in all all of this to sort of moves around now what we got for you with a -- -- I want you to go right into the center one year.
Colorful dots that Q tip -- -- -- Oh beautiful -- of that.
-- that I don't understand why does need the food coloring mimic sort of I guess it's that that the milk that has the fat that would mimic.
Sort of what's left over on a plane after dinner for absolutely right if you wanna just a rinse crumbs off here your -- it's easy wardrobe take it -- -- if you -- -- Greece.
Got to break it down with some -- so.
And that -- to you -- break it down to smaller pieces rob Diaz thanks very much good to see you -- kids at home who are doing science projects you'll wanna check out this book.
You can go to time for kids dot com back slash science for very helpful hints for kids and parents when it comes.
Does teaching science at home for more info on mad -- -- to mad science dot org that's it for fox -- I'm grateful -- thanks for watching.
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