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How to make a leak-proof bag

With Sick Science®, learn how you can do fun and simple hands-on science experiments at home or in the classroom using common household materials.

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Here is What You Need

Here is What You Need

Fill Ziplock bag with water.

Fill Ziplock bag with water.

Seal the bag.

Seal the bag.

Sharpen pencils until they have a very sharp tip.

Sharpen pencils until they have a very sharp tip.

Quickly push one pencil through the bag. Look! It's not leaking.

Quickly push one pencil through the bag. Look! It's not leaking.

Now add another.

Now add another.

And another...and another...and another!

And another...and another...and another!

See how many pencils you can push through the bag.

Please visit www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiments for experiment explanation and more great content from Steve Spangler.

Please visit www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiments for experiment explanation and more great content from Steve Spangler.

  • Round pencils
  • Plastic Ziplock Bag
  • Water
  • Adult Supervision