If your kids enjoy making messes and/or you're looking for boredom busters for rainy afternoons, check out this collection of baking soda experiments for kids. We're big fans of #s 2 and 7. Who knew baking soda could be so much fun??!
Glowing Oil & Water Experiment - FUN SCIENCE FOR KIDS - Make your own GLOW in the DARK lava lamp. Kids will marvel at the amazing effects of this lamp, all while exploring the Science behind liquid densities. TOO FUN! (No electricity or batteries required; just a few common household items)
Make, explore and paint rainbows. Use a CD and sunlight or a flashlight to cast rainbows, study and paint with watercolors or color with markers or crayons. A great piece of process art for kids. Art and science, STEAM projects for preschoolers.
Try this science experiment with children over the course of several days. Fill up 4 vases with different coloured water and put 1 white carnation in each one. Watch the flowers over the next four days change to the colour of the water.
Dissolving egg shells should be on every child’s to do list. In fact it should be on every parents to do list if you haven’t done it yet! It’s a great visual and tactile experiment to do at home and there are quite a few things that you can talk about with … Continue reading →