Young scientists at our Headlands Branch

Austin uses water, a film canister, and an Alka-Seltzer tablet to create a small rocket.

Austin uses water, a film canister, and an Alka-Seltzer tablet to create a small rocket.

The young scientists at our Headlands Branch performed several experiments on Saturday.

They made and flew circular airplanes, tested the strength of static cling, and even used alka-seltzer tablets and water to transform film canisters into rockets.

If you’re looking for fun science experiments to do with your children, you can make your own Alka-Seltzer rockets or even a homemade lava lamp.

You can also join us on the second Saturday of every month this summer at our Headlands Branch! Our next round of experiments will be on July 9.

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