Looking for fun activities for your kids this Summer? Check out these 25+ Science Experiments for Kids!
Hi friends! It’s officially Summer, right? Ok, maybe not according to the calendar, but I do know that most kiddos are out of school at this point, and if you’re looking for kids activities to keep them busy, we have a great list for you! Now I’m a mom of boys so I know just the kind of stuff they like to get up to. The experimental, messy kind of stuff! So if you’re looking for activities like these that you can control, for boys and girls alike – check out this list of 25+ Fun Science Experiments for Kids!
Science Experiments for Kids
- DIY Eggshell Geodes by A Pumpkin and a Princess
- Turn A Penny Green by Buggy and Buddy
- Tea Bag Homemade Rocket by Kids Activities Blog
- Rainbow Jar by Playdough to Plato
- Elephant Toothpaste by Fun at Home with Kids
- Raw Egg Peeler by Larissa Another Day
- Homemade Butter by Little Bins for Little Hands
- Salt & Ice Experiment by Paging Fun Mums
- Dyed Flowers Science Experiment by The Imagination Tree
- Water Bead Science by Nurture Store
- Squirt Gun Science by No Time For Flashcards
- Homemade Lava Lamp by Steam Powered Family
- Erupting Play Dough by Mess for Less
- What Dissolves In Water? by Hands On As We Grow
- Candy Heart Rainbow Science Experiment by Fantastic Fun and Learning
- Candy Science – M&M Experiment by Coffee Cups and Crayons
- Gummy Worm Science by Teach Preschool
- Floating Rice Bottle by Little Bins for Little Hands
- Giant Reusable Bubbles by A Little Craft in Your Day
- How To Make a Hovercraft by Deceptively Educational
- Sink or Float? by Fantastic Fun and Learning
- Homemade Bouncy Balls by My Frugal Adventures
- Ice Volcanoes by Growing a Jeweled Rose
- Burning Candle Experiment in Water by Mom Brite
- Balloon Air Pressure Experiment by Darcy and Brian
Oh my goodness, how fun does that list sound? Which one of these science experiments for kids will you try first? I love the homemade lava lamp and giant reusable bubbles. And I don’t know about you, but I want to try that floating rice bottle myself! I hope you have a safe and happy Summer!
Supplies Used to make Kids Projects:
- Watercolor Paint Set: I love this 48-color set! My boys love having access to all the different colors and the lid lets them create new colors by mixing!
- XEROX LASER PRINTER: I invested in this printer for printables and projects! The toner lasts a long time and produces great paper products.
- MULTIPURPOSE SCISSORS: You can always use a good pair of scissors for crafting!