18 Wonderful Science Experiments

Science is a part of our daily lives. Potential STEM learning is all around us! It is important that young children are given the opportunity to explore how that day-to-day science works. Today we have some wonderful science experiments and activities to share.

Penguin Science Experiment 

Peppermint Science Experiment

Dragon Fire Science Experiment

Fizzy Lemonade Edible Science Experiment

Skittles Color Blending Experiment

Magic Milk Experiment

Colorful Baking Soda and Vinegar Reaction

Popsicle Stick Catapult

Easy Heart Pump Model

Unicorn Density Tower Science Experiment

Balloon Air Pressure Experiments

Fun DIY Bath Bomb Science Experiment

Frozen Toys Ice Challenge

Edible Sensory Foam

Borax Crystal Snowflakes

Dancing Grapes Experiment

DIY Upcycled Toilet Paper Seedling Pots and Painted Stone Garden Markers

Coffee Filter Process Art Science Activity

12 responses to “18 Wonderful Science Experiments”

  1. Ahhh this is cool. And surely these experiments will bring a lot of lessons to the kids. I will surely let my child know about these.

  2. This looks so much fun, kids are gonna have such a fun time making this. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Thanks for reading!

  3. Wow! This is absolutely amazing. I’m pretty sure that kids would love to see these experiments they will learn a lot while having fun at the same time.

    1. Hands on learning is the best kind!

  4. This is amazing! My daughter loves science and I would love to do these with her!

    1. She’ll love them!

  5. These look great. I passed them on to some of the parents in my office.

  6. Omg, thank you! Our 2 year old is sick, so can’t attend daycare and I’ve been running out of ideas for fun toddler activities. You’re a life saver!

  7. Aaaahhhhhh…the baking soda and vinegar experiment is legendary! It was taught to us in class time and time again…

  8. Looks like the kids are going to have so much fun this weekend. Thanks for sharing these

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