One of my tips in the post 5 tips for experiment success, was to have the supplies for your experiment on hand. I mentioned how I keep a well-stocked science supply cabinet in my house.
Today, I wanted to give you all a peek inside of my house by sharing with you guys 26 items, from A to Z, that you can find in my science supply cabinet.
This list is in no way exhaustive! For B – I could have put balloons, batteries, beads, borax, and so on. But I figured that would get super boring! Instead, it is just the highlights.
Let’s get to the list!
26 Items you can find in my science supply cabinet
A – Alligator Clips
B – Batteries (AA, AAA, D, and Lantern-size)
C – CD’s
D – Detergent
E – Eyedroppers
F – Food Coloring
G – Gravel
H – Hydrogen Peroxide
I – Iron Filings
J – Jars with Lids
K – Kits of Tools (Flashlight, Gloves, Permanent Marker, Tape, and Tweezers)
L – Liquid Bluing
M – Magnifying Glass
N – Neodymium Magnets
O – Oodles of Balls (Bouncy, Cotton, Foam, Golf, and Ping-pong)
P – Packs of Paper Clips and Pins
Q – Quarters
R – Rubber bands
S – String
T – Toothpicks
U – UV-sensitive Beads
V – Various Types of Salt (Epsom, Rock, and Table)
W – Wire (Aluminum, Copper – Bare and Insulated, and Iron)
X – Extra Thermometers
Y – Yeast
Z – Zillions of Straws
I trust that this list gives you an idea of what you could get to stock your very own science supply kit!