Developing an Early Love of Science One Experiment at a Time
Science Experiments for Kids2018-01-12T17:13:00+00:00

Science Experiments for Kids

Quick Science Experiments

Gather your mini scientists together and get ready for a five minute science extravaganza! If you teach in a classroom or at home or if you are simply looking for some easy and quick science experiments to do with an after school club, a scouting [...]

Ant Experiments for Kids to do this Summer

Sometimes science experiments are complicated and require a lot of materials and detailed instructions. However, science experiments can also be incredibly simple while being just as fun and interesting. Setting up an ant experiment is fascinating for kids and adults alike and is definitely a [...]

Red Cabbage Egg Dye Experiment

One of the things I anticipate most about the spring season is dying eggs with my family. It's one of those things that is always fun no matter how old I get. This year we added another interesting dimension to our egg-dying party by using [...]

Baking Soda and Vinegar Experiment for Kids

Use leftover Easter egg dye or cups of colored vinegar to create bright and colorful baking soda and vinegar art! This baking soda and vinegar experiment engages kids' creativity and imagination while teaching them simple kitchen science. Setting Up the Baking Soda and [...]

Rainbow Paper | Color Science for Kids

Rainbows are one of the most beautiful natural wonders and can teach us so much about color science for kids. After this five minute science activity everyone will walk away with their own magnificent rainbow paper that can be enjoyed year-round, rain or shine. And [...]

Dry Ice Rocket | Rainbow Painting STEAM Activity

Making a rainbow dry ice rocket is a thrilling science experiment to teach children about pressure, states of matter, and chemical reactions. There is nothing better than the anticipation of waiting for a film canister rocket to take off! This exciting and colorful STEM activity [...]