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  • 2009
  • 1 Season

Mouse in the House is a science series that educates junior school children about science concepts. It introduces children to science and math by exploring fundamental principles such as gravity, pressure, kinetics, and magnetism by conducting science experiments in an integrated and entertaining way.

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Elephant Toothpaste
7. Elephant Toothpaste
March 15, 2009
In this experiment we are going produce a timed chemical reaction with our Iodine clock reaction. We are going to grow our own crystals by using baking soda crystals and water. Let's explore catalysts through the use of manganese dioxide and hydrogen peroxide by making a spontaneous kettle! We see how static electricity works utilizing a Van Der Graaf generator and making saucers fly!
Alka Seltzer Rocket
6. Alka Seltzer Rocket
March 8, 2009
Our experiment involves pressure caused by carbon dioxide build up, the movement of warm and cold water called convection currents. Explore the density of metal and water by making floating steel balls. Let's make a paper cup telephone and explore the amplification of sound waves. So get ready, aim, and shoot a bull's eye with our own home made squeeze bottle arrow!
Egg in a Bottle
5. Egg in a Bottle
February 29, 2020
Explore the impact of carbon dioxide and oxygen interaction, spin a bucket of water round and round and learn about Inertia, see the effects between high and low air pressure! We will see an egg being "magically sucked" into a bottle and explore surface tension through the interaction of water vapor and carbon dioxide. We explore buoyancy by make an egg float like a boat!
Dancing Raisins
4. Dancing Raisins
February 22, 2009
This experiment looks at the center of gravity of objects by balancing nails. The effect of carbon dioxide on density is explored by making raisins "dance." With our homemade musical straws we look at sound vibrations and frequency to produce music. We explore water vapor and water molecules through the formation of a cloud in a bottle.
Crushing Can
3. Crushing Can
February 15, 2009
We are going to build a simple electromagnet monopole motor. We look at the function of ammonium nitrate by making our own instant cold pack and explore air pressure. Let's investigate the properties of physics and heat conduction using a balloon and flame. We make our own glow in the dark liquid and explore the strangeness of fluorescents. We explore the power of pressure, heat, and other forces.
Soap Boat
2. Soap Boat
February 8, 2009
Come investigate the surface tension reducing properties of soap by making a match stick boat, principles of a steam engine and build a simple egg steam boat, different densities of liquids, plastic by making "green monster slime", homemade invisible ink also known as "magic ink". We explore the pressure that can be caused by carbon dioxide by creating a "soda fountain".
Fizzing Volcano
1. Fizzing Volcano
February 1, 2009
Take a look at several experiments that include creating electricity by making a lemon battery to turn on a digital clock, surface tension of liquids by making "rainbow milk," chemical reaction with household chemicals to produce a "fizzing volcano", the density of fluids by producing a simple lava lamp, density by building a treasure diver using a tomato sauce packet.
Description

Mouse in the House is a science series that educates junior school children about science concepts. It introduces children to science and math by exploring fundamental principles such as gravity, pressure, kinetics, and magnetism by conducting science experiments in an integrated and entertaining way.

Mouse in the House is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (7 episodes). The series first aired on February 1, 2009.

Where to Watch Mouse in the House

Mouse in the House is available for streaming on the IMDb Freedive website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Mouse in the House on demand at Amazon and Tubi TV.

  • Premiere Date
    February 1, 2009