If your kids love to create and do science at home then this is for you! I have a list of 10 simple science experiments for kids that are fun and easy to do for parents. Let the learning begin.
My kids are always asking to create and explore in the kitchen and I love their creativity but I needed some new ideas. I also like to know the level of easiness too. I also love getting some new ideas to spark their interest and keep them engaged.
10 Simple Science Experiments for Kids
This galaxy blue baking soda and vinegar reaction creates fizzy blue bubbles. Teach kids about chemical reactions with this science activity to do at home. (via Any Reason Life)
This Skittles Science Experiment is one of the easiest kids activities you will find yourself doing. Whether you are looking for kids fun to do at home or ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this is stress-free activity. The hardest part is controlling yourself and not eating all the candy. By Modern Mom Life
Teach your kids a thing or two about carbon dioxide with this fun science experiment using ingredients you already have in your house! This would be fun to do in the Fall! (via Bitz N Giggles)
This baking soda vinegar kid activity will provide tons of fun all day long! It’s easy to put together and kids of many ages will love it. (via Daily Momtivity)
This simple salt and pepper static electricity activity teaches your kid how to separate pepper from salt with a balloon! All you need is salt, pepper, a plate, and a balloon. (via Mom Brite)
Your kids will be amazed at the bouncy egg experiment! Learn how to turn a regular egg into one that bounces like a ball! (via Mom Brite)
Learn how to make a tornado in a bottle for a really fun activity with your kids. This is the perfect activity to keep the kids entertained while being very simple and budget friendly. (via One Crazy Mom)
Microwave a Bar of Ivory Soap
Microwaving a bar of soap is a simple science experiment for kids that you can do at home. All you need is a microwave and a bar of ivory soap. (via Mommy Travels)
Ice Cube Surprise
Learn about chemical reactions with this fun and colourful experiment mixing frozen baking soda ice cubes with vinegar! (via Play Based Mom)
Baking soda volcanoes are cool and all, but they are nowhere near as cool as Kool Aid Vinegar Volcanoes! Not only do they add an unmatched vibrancy to the volcanic experience, they smell incredible too!!! (via The Mad Mommy)
All of these look so fun and easy to do! My youngest LOVES science so I can’t wait to get started on some of these.
Which one do you want to try?