Here is a collection of 30 amazing science experiments for kids of all ages to enjoy at home or school!
We absolutely love trying out new science experiments together at home and are always on the look out for new amazing ideas to try! Thankfully there are many wonderful children’s activity blogs and education websites sharing some great ideas, and I have found our favourites from these to collate together into this bumper collection.
Click the link description to go through to the full activity and see the instructions and more photos. Many of these science experiments for kids are from our own site too!
I hope you enjoy them all!
Make soap fluff for glorious sensory play
Make elephant toothpaste! [Fun at Home with Kids]
Explore density with fruit juice [Inspiration Laboratories]
Make bubbles in dry ice [Not Just Cute]
Make raindrops [Learn Play Imagine]
Learn about clouds and rain [Reading Confetti]
Freeze and then defrost objects in ice
Make an egg shell disappear [Science Sparks]
Grow a crystal garden overnight! [Babble Dabble Do]
Grow cress in shapes and letters
Grow a carrot top [Laughing Kids Learn]
Make colours dance through Oobleck
Make water walk! [Royal Baloo]
Explore chromatography [Buggy and Buddy]
Make a tornado! [Little Bins for Little Hands]
Experiment 4 different ways with baking soda [Science Sparks]
Create waves in an ocean discovery bottle
Design and build bridges to carry a weight
Make a bar of soap into a fluffy cloud [Happy Hooligans]
Layer a rainbow [Playdough to Plato]
Make DIY, edible rainbow slime! [Blog Me Mom]
Make magnetic slime [Frugal Fun for Boys]
Squeeze rain out of clouds! [Teach Preschool]
Learn about forces with this collection of experiments [Science Sparks]
Make a lava lamp [Hands on as we Grow]
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Thank you so much for sharing Anna!!! What a great round up of projects!
What a great collection! Pinning and tweeting!
I work at a public library in the US. This year our summer reading theme is science, and I plan to share many of these experiments at my story times. Thank you so much, Anna.
I recently tried out your grow beans in a jar experiment with the kids I teach in Kindergarden. I have very fond memories of doing this in School too. The kids absolutely loved it but before we did the experiment I read Jack and the beanstalk and told them we were growing our own magic beanstalk.
Amanda @NJC says
Thanks so much for including my dry ice bubbles, Anna! What a wonderful collection you’ve created!