7 Science Experiments for Kids That Will Amaze Your Child

Last week’s Discover & Explore linky was all about science experiments for kids, and there were so many wonderful ideas shared! This week I’m featuring science experiments for kids that will amaze your child!

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 7 Science Experiments for Kids That Will AMAZE Your Child!

I am a huge fan of science for children. Helping children learn about and explore the world around them is such a motivating way to work on critical thinking skills and develop a love of learning. And science easily lends itself to integrating all kinds of other subjects like reading, writing, and math! 

One of the things I miss most about being a classroom teacher is the opportunity I had to help children (both boys AND girls) learn to love science! In addition to regular science lessons, I’d often do little science demos for the class to get them brainstorming and thinking. These demos would catch the students’ attention with something amazing or surprising. The students would observe and experiment with the demo and record their findings in their science journals. 

These 7 science experiments for kids from last week’s Discover & Explore linky would be great science demos in a classroom or at home. They’re simple to set up and grab the children’s attention in an exciting way!

7 Science Experiments for Kids That Will Amaze Your Child

 Here’s a couple science experiments from Buggy and Buddy!

Dancing Raisins

Dancing Raisins from Buggy and Buddy

 

Baggie and Pencil Magic

Baggie and Pencil Magic from Buggy and Buddy

 

And our features this week… 

The Magic Jumping Coin

The Magic Jumping Coin from What Do We Do All Day?

 

Exploding Bags

Exploding Baggies from P is for Preschooler

 

Exploring Density Towers

Exploring Density Towers from Little Bins for Little Hands

 

Colored Ants

Colored Ants from Life with Moore Babies

 

Science Experiments for Toddlers

Science Experiments for Toddlers from Nothing if Not Intentional

 

More Science Experiments from the Discover and Explore Co-hosts

Easy Science Experiments

Fun Science Activities for Kids (KC Edventures)

Reflections in Mirrors (Buggy and Buddy)

Floating Egg Science Experiment (Fantastic Fun and Learning)

Bubbles in a Bowl Science (Teach Preschool)

Toddler Science Experiments (Twodaloo)

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Fizz, Pop, Bang! 40 Playful Science and Math Activities for Kids


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  1. Thank you for featuring us! We love science!
    Sarah recently posted…Mini Fine Motor Skills Activity Tray {Fine Motor Fridays}My Profile

  2. Thanks so much for including me in your post! You are my role model when it comes to science experiments. You do such a great job incorporating science into your play!
    Rachael at Nothing if Not Intentional recently posted…Win a Toob–Great stocking stuffer or Christmas gift!My Profile

  3. Thanks for featuring our Colorful Ants!

  4. Instilling science and the scientific method into young learners is essential. These hands-on experiments are really good for exposing children to science. It also helps that they are all so cute and fun too :-) Thank you for sharing and for linking up this week to the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop.
    Jill recently posted…Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop #11My Profile

  5. We love science and science experiments too. Wish we had more time for it! Thanks for sharing with Afterschool!
    Natalie recently posted…Afterschool Blog Hop–Before the Holiday RushMy Profile

  6. Love that you highlighted that science is for boys and girls! Will be trying the baggy and tower this weekend!

  7. One of these days we’re going to start doing science experiments after school… and then I’ll be returning to this and other posts from your round ups. Thanks so much for sharing!
    Anna@The Measured Mom recently posted…World Geography for Kids – with the Traveling TrioMy Profile

  8. Thanks for including our Colored Ants! It was a fun, impromptu experiment!
    Ashley recently posted…Neverland Summer Camp ~Bugs and Insects for K-2nd ~ July 2014My Profile

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