28+ St. Patrick’s Day Science Activities for Kids

Forget about luck – figure out WHY things work the way they do with these fun, colorful St. Patrick’s Day science experiments for kids. We’ve compiled a super fun list of green and rainbow-themed experiments to get your kids excited about science. Grow some sprouts on a shamrock-shaped sponge, make magic leprechaun rocks that reveal gold coins or grow some rainbow crystals of your own. You’re sure to find a wonderful and educational activity to celebrate the luckiest day of the year here.

28+ St. Patrick's Day Science Activities Kids Will LOVE

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St. Patrick’s Day Science Activities

St. Patrick’s Day Slime | Little Bins for Little Hands
Lava Lamp Experiment | Crafts on Sea
Rainbow Volcano Preschool Science Experiment | Preschool Powol Packets
Shamrock Crystals | Housing a Forest

Magic Leprechaun Rocks | Gift of Curiosity
St. Patrick’s Day STEM Activity | STEAM Powered Family
Fizzing Pots Baking Soda Science Activity | Little Bins for Little Hands
Rainbow Slime | Schooling a Monkey

Magic Fizzing Shamrocks | Gift of Curiosity
Rainbow Foam Eggs | Inspiration Laboratories
St. Patrick’s Day Sound Shakers | Buggy and Buddy
4 Leaf Clover Mirror Reflection Activity | Share It! Science

Crystal Rainbow Science | Little Bins for Little Hands
Color Mixing Rainbow Challenge | Gift of Curiosity
Pot of Gold Slime | Simple Play Ideas
Rainbow Science: Homemade Spectroscopes | Buggy and Buddy

Skittles Density Rainbow | Gift of Curiosity
Ice and Salt Experiment for Preschool | Learning and Exploring Through Play
Prism Exploration | Buggy and Buddy
Magical Leprechaun Milk | Science Kiddo

Fool’s Gold Preschool Science Experiment | Pre-K Pages
Rainbow Jar Experiment | Playdough to Plato
St. Patrick’s Day STEM Sensory Bottle | The Educator’s Spin On It
Leprechaun Ice Cream | Science Kiddo

Fizzy St. Patrick’s Day Science | Living Life and Learning
Shamrock Sprouts | Housing a Forest
Green Daisies Science Experiment | B-Inspired Mama
How Do Leaves Breathe? | Edventures

Which of these St. Patrick’s Day science experiments do you plan to try first? Leave a comment with your results!

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