Captain Citrus Sound Waves Science Experiment

March 17, 2017 by Newsroom Editor

Captain Citrus Sound Waves

March 17, 2017 by Newsroom Editor

Captain Citrus Sound Waves

You don’t need a tablet to entertain your kids, try our Captain Citrus Sound Wave experiment. Combine music and household ingredients to teach kids how sound waves work and dance the day away. Our easily to create science experiment will show your kids what their ears can’t see.

What you’ll need:

  • 16 oz.Florida Orange Juice
  • 2 tbsp.cornstarch
  • Speaker with removable cover
  • Receiver and speaker wire (to connect to speaker)
  • Plastic wrap to cover speaker

Preparation:

  1. Connect speaker to the receiver with speaker wire.
  2. Lay speaker on its back with woofer facing up and loosely cover woofer and speaker with plastic wrap.image of woofer covered in plastic wrap for sound waves science experiment
  3. Mix cornstarch with Florida Orange Juice in a separate bowl.image of mixture being stirred for sound waves science project
  4. Pour Florida Orange Juice mixture onto plastic wrap covered portion of the woofer.image of mixture being poured over woofer wrapped in plastic for sound waves project
  5. Turn on music and watch your liquid dance to the beat.image of mixture vibrating on woofer for sound waves project

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