Have Some (Educational) Fun With Science Projects!

Written by Zandre. Posted in Kids at home

These educational activities for kids will allow your child to have a blast while learning some awesome new things!


Make a Solar Oven *

Teach your kids the ins-and-outs of solar energy with this fun, easy, and delicious project that uses the power of the sun to bake s’mores!


Create a Mentos Geyser in Your Backyard *

For an exciting chemistry lesson, take your budding scientists into the back yard and build a mentos geyser.


Learn About Density With Rainbow Jars *

Educate your kiddos on the concept of density by layering common household liquids like dish soap, honey, corn syrup, and olive oil to create these beautiful rainbow jars.


 Erupt A Backyard Volcano *

What better way to learn about the science of volcanoes than by creating your own!


Experiment With Rainbow Colored Flowers & Celery *

Have some fun with food coloring while teaching your children about flowers and plants with this experiment. All you need is white flowers or celery stalks, food coloring, water, and a bit of patience.


Launch Alka-Seltzer Rockets *

Introduce your kids to physics and space with the exciting outdoor experiment. To create these easy-to-make rockets you will only need a few supplies: a canister, alka seltzer, water, tape, and this adorable rocket template. 


Teach Your Kids About Weather With a Tornado in a Jar *

Entertain and educate your kids with this five-minute science project that only requires a tall jar, tap water, and dish soap. It doesn’t get easier than this! 

Discover How Clouds Make Rain

This indoor experiment requires minimal supplies and is an easy way to teach kids about the science behind rain clouds!


Delve Into Chemistry with This Rock Candy Project

For an educational and delicious chemistry lesson, we love this rock candy experiment! You will need a few basic baking ingredients and some time to observe the formation of rock crystals.


Watch Water Walk

Learn about the many properties of water and paper towels with this fascinating experiment! Like many of the above projects, you will only need basic household supplies including tap water, mason jars, food coloring, and paper towels.