Science for Kids: Water bottle fountain
Are you following us on Pinterest? This experiment allows children to see that air takes up room and is always present even though we can't see it. Ages: 2 -12+ (see the bottom on how to simplify or extend to meet the needs of your child) Materials: Empty water bottle balloon straw blu-tac (or similar) tray for catching the water (optional. You could always do it outside, in a bath, or near a sink) Begin by blowing up a balloon and asking your child "What is in the balloon?" Let the balloon…
Making Water Defy Gravity Experiment
When you drop an object from your hand, what happens to that object? It falls to to the ground. If you have a glass of water and you turn it upside down, what
Water Cycle, Rain Cycle Science Experiments and Craftivity - Lessons for Little Ones by Tina O'Block
Let’s Learn About the Water Cycle! 3 Simple Water Cycle Experiments & a Craftivity April is the perfect month toContinue reading
Amazing Dry Erase and Water Experiment - Floating Hearts - Happy Hooligans
This dry erase and water trick will amaze kids and adults alike! You can make your drawings float with just dry erase markers and water!
Salt Water Experiment | Ocean Science for Kids
Do this simple salt water experiment to teach kids about the respective density of salt water and fresh water. It's a fantastic kitchen science experiment that works for an ocean unit or a density science lesson. The perfect STEM activity for kids to use a controlled variable and works great as a science fair project!
Rainbow Walking Water Science Experiment for Kids
This walking water science experiment is so much fun and super easy to do! My kids absolutely loved it! It even comes with free printable recording sheets for kids as young as preschool! Check out the video to see how easy this walking water experiment really is. This rainbow activity is perfect for spring science!