Have you noticed that science seems to be a hot topic recently? Wondering how you can help at home? As busy moms of three kids and former elementary school teachers we’ve shared over 30 science experiments for you at The Educators’ Spin On It.
Our biggest tip is to simply allow time for it.
Encourage your child to use those “wh” questions to explore their world through a scientific view… What, Why, How, Where, When.
Take a peek below at our science activities and let us know which one you want to do first!
Share your science experiment ideas with us here on on our facebook page!
Science Experiments for Kids at Home
- STEM Activities for Kids
- Christmas Science Activities
- Types of Evergreen Trees
- 5 Cool Science Experiments for Kids
- Newspaper Engineering Challenge
- Monster Science Lab Experiment
- Spooky Ghost Experiment
- Motion Sense Spider with Circuits
- Dollar Store STEM Kit
- Density Science Experiment
- Summer Science Experiments
- Math and Science Water Day Fun
- How to Create an Inventor Supply Lab
- Tips for Bringing More Science Into Every Day
- Learning about Science through Play
- Soil Experiment
- Solar Science Experiments
- Think Like an Inventor
- Ladybug Science
- Insect Themed Activities
- Growing Crystals at Home
- Raising a Praying Mantis
- Water Beads with Ice
- Build an Inventors Box
- Building a Trebuchet
- Exploring Molecular Science with Water Beads
- 10 Frog Activities for Kids
- Dissecting Owl Pellets
- Rainbow Shell Activity
- Winter Science Journal
- Fall Science Journal
- Spring Science Journal
- STEM Books for Kids
- Butterfly Books
- Science Books by Gail Gibbons
Have a younger child? Here’s our Preschool Science Activities for STEM
SCIENCE CHALLENGES? We’re getting ready to create more activities focusing on science and would love your input. Let us know what topics you’d like us to focus on more in science.
What is one of the biggest challenges with teaching your child about science?
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