Easy science projects

Engage your kids with these fun and easy science projects. Explore hands-on experiments and spark their curiosity with exciting activities.
Dancing Popcorn Experiment | Fun & Easy Dancing Corn Science for Kids Ideas, Pre K, Thanksgiving, Popcorn, Fun Science Experiments, Science Experiments Kids Easy, Diy Science Experiments For Kids, Candy Science Experiments, Science Experiments Kids Preschool

This dancing popcorn experiment is SO FUN! Kids can learn about density and acid-base reactions in this simple science experiment that's perfect for fall, Thanksgiving, or anytime. Use simple pantry ingredients for this STEM activity that's quick and easy to set up, whether at home or in the classroom. Kids (and adults!) will be amazed to watch the popcorn kernels dance up and down in the jar. It's magical and mesmerizing to see, and it's soooo easy to do! This post contains affiliate links…

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Ari Wahyuni
Diy, Borax Experiments For Kids, Borax Crystals Diy, Borax Crystal Ornaments, Borax Crystals, Diy Science, Diy Crystals, How To Make Crystals

These borax crystals are SO COOL and beautiful! Use pipe cleaners and a simple borax and water solution to grow your own crystal gems. This is such a pretty and fun science experiment! Borax Crystals Making borax crystals is such a cool science experiment. It takes a bit of patience to let the crystals grow, but the results are amazing! Borax crystals are a great chemistry experiment showing the recrystallization process. Kids can see how molecules react to different temperatures, and…

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Jassana De
Diy, Montessori, Pre K, Spring Science Activities, Spring Science, Spring Preschool Activities, Science Experiments For Kids, Spring Preschool, Science Activities

I just love this color changing flowers science experiment! It is really easy to do and the kids love watching the flowers change color. We think it is the perfect science activity for spring! I even created printable recording sheets that kids in preschool and early elementary can use to show their observations.

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