Help your kids learn to love science this Valentine’s Day! We’ve put together a list of 35+ Valentine science activities from our favorite kid bloggers to help you make this day fun and educational. From fizzy hearts to tasty rock candy and fun love potions, you’re sure to find an activity your little one will fall for. Let us know which activities you try!
Have you seen the Diet Coke and Mentos experiment that’s all over YouTube and social media? My son saw a video and has been eager to try it, so we finally did a couple of weeks ago. Here are some pictures and tips from our little eruption experiment so you can try it, too!
Easter is the perfect time to introduce your kids to some fun science experiments that will make it their favorite holiday ever. With real and plastic eggs, Peeps, jelly beans and more, you can teach them about chemistry, botany, engineering and much more. What are you waiting for? Try one of these fun Easter science activities with your kiddos today!
Do your kids love science… do you find them excited to take out their science textbooks at the end of the day to study it more? No? Well, you’re not alone. To get your kids into science, you have to make it hands on… you have to make it FUN! These science kits for kids are the perfect balance of educational and entertaining!
Science Kits for Kids – Educational and Fun!
I’ll admit now that I’m a huge science nerd. It was my favorite subject in middle and high school and, yes, even my major in college (biology… minored in chemistry). And although I could read science textbooks and journals for hours, I know that not everyone feels the same way. Okay, most people don’t feel the same way, including my little kiddo.
While he loves a good experiment, he’s not always down for learning the scientific principles behind it. That’s where these science kits for kids can come in handy… They’re not only fun, but they’re helpful in breaking down the why behind the experiment in simple terms, even for younger kids.
So if you want to show your kids just how interesting science (and in particular chemistry) can be, try a few of these. You may learn something new yourself — I know I have! 🙂
For more fizzy, bubbly and slimy science fun, check out the lists of science experiments below. Just click the image to go to the posts!
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.