Science for kids – Great science experiments for kids

I’ve found a list of great science experiments for kids of all ages. Here are some of the experiments:

– Bubble snakes
– Fizzy paint drawing
– Ice painting
– Freeze a 3D shape and paint it
– Make filter paper butterflies using chromatography
– Create superhero themed cress heads
– Measure how many feet tall you are
– Draw around yourself or a friend and add in a skeleton or organs to learn about the human body
– Make a pine cone weather station
– Explore numbers with a Numeracy at Home box
– Learn about static electricity with jumping frogs
– Try an optical illusion
– Make different shaped bubbles
– Learn about waterproof materials with soft toys
– Make a magnet maze and learn about magnetism
– Explore freezing and melting with slushy drinks
– Make colored ice cubes or colored rocks
– Learn about arm span and height
– Make shadow puppets or a shadow frame
– Make a mixture with toys to learn about material properties
– Try color mixing with jelly
– Sort Ariel’s treasures based on their properties
– Learn about green plant growth conditions with a cress caterpillar
– Have messy fun with oobleck
– Create simple patterns with DUPLO
– Set up a chemistry lab in the kitchen with colored water, oil, and pipettes

For older children (7-11 years old), here are some additional experiments:

– Make an egg bounce
– Learn about oil and water not mixing and density with a density jar
– Make simple shooters
– Try candy science experiments
– Learn how to clean dirty water using filters or build a toy filter
– Explore sandcastle building with dry and wet sand
– Create a water-powered bottle rocket
– Conduct kitchen science experiments and activities
– Try Valentine’s Day science experiments and activities
– Make a snow volcano and other winter science experiments
– Make a multicolored cress caterpillar and other spring science experiments
– Explore summer science experiments
– Try fall-related science activities

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