Science experimens are fun for all ages, but espcecially for kids! And these are pure magic!
For this double rainbow, use twice the paper … and voila!. Rad, dude. Tutorial from Science Kiddo.
“Slushy Science” from Reading Confetti
Science can be delicious too!
Electric Eels from Bitz N Giggles
Make this one in a zap! It’ll leave your kiddos shocked.
DIY Galaxy Play Dough from Two Dalloo
“Yeah that Play-Doh doesn’t really look fun to play with.” Said no kid ever.
Firewords in a Jar from I Can Teach My Child
Slightly less internal damage to the ear drums and lungs. Slightly.
Have them paint the periodic table of chores. I mean, at least if they hate chores they can munch on their art supplies!
Crystal Names from Playdough to Patio
Ball up some crystals and see the future of fun! Shipping and handling isn’t included, call now for a limited time offer! Ha! Just kidding.
Crystallized Rainbow from Hello, Wonderful
Combine some, glitter, sparkles, paper, and enough colors for a rainbow and you’ve got a science experiment!
Slime Suncatchers from Babble Dabble Do
There’s something so satisfying about drying glue, adding color just enhances the awesomeness.
Magnetic Slime from Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls
Magnets are a simple and really cool way to teach physics and force. But did you know you could make magnetic slime? Totally tubular!
Puddle Splash from Lemon Lime Adventures
Put the lab coats away and the raincoats on for these colorful puddles.
Lemon Volcano from Babble Dabble Do
When life gives you lemons you erupt them.
Fizzing Bath Dough from Tried & True
The classic beaker eruption you see in all the movies.
Egg Shells Turned Glass Goodies from Sweet Paul Mag
Save the bowls for later, they’re great for keys and jewelry!
Wax Paper Project from Housing A Forest
Great for decorating their school binders! Wax paper can be easily died with a mixture of food coloring and rubbing alcohol.
Rock Candy from Simply Designing
About time we got to the edible experiment!
How Clouds Make Rain from The Happy Housewife
Do you know how many types of clouds there are?
Magic Crystals from Bitz N Giggles
Save this colorful experiment for later in home goods jars.They make a great decoration for the home!
Crayon Wands from Kids Activites Blog
Melting crayons is easy and looks gnarly when combined together to make a wand. Wingardium, leviosa!
Heat Sensitive Slime from Left Brain Craft Brain
This’ll have them entertained for hours. Find the tutorial at Left Brain Craft Brain
Glo In the Dark Magic Mud from Grant Thompson
The only thing more hip than a lava lamp is a DIY lava lamp!