Physical science has to do with anything that is the opposite of the biological sciences. These free physical science STEM projects will be just what you need to make your physical science lessons fun and interactive.
Physical science studies the properties and nature of all things that are non-living, for matter and energy alike. Physical science is all about the physical world all around us.
The several branches of physical science are physics, chemistry, astronomy, and earth sciences. Of course, those branch off to other sub-branches of each category.
Science is awesome. The more we study about the science of the physical things around us, the more we are in awe of God’s amazing creation.
Grab these free resources to help you teach physical science in your homeschool.
What is Physical Science? Videos | minutesofteaching
Physical and Chemical Changes FREE Worksheet | Lesson Worksheets
STEM Worksheets (FREE Printables) | Little Bins Little Hands
FREEBIE STEM Worksheets | Upper Elementary Snapshots
Physical Science Activities | Teach Junkies
100+ Preschool Science Activities & Experiments (Physics, Chemistry, Space) | Preschool Powol Packets
Physical Science Experiments for Kids | Sciencing
Physical Science FREE Worksheets and Printables | Education.com
Explore these Free Physical Science STEM Projects. They are separated by branch.
Physics STEM Projects:
Physics is the study of the physical sciences of energy but in all of its different forms. This includes heat, electricity, and magnetism.
3 Fun Experiments to Introduce Kids to Physics | Taming Little Monsters
Projectile Motion and Experimental Design FREE Course | Engaging Science Labs
Egg Drop Inertia Science Project | Rookie Parenting
Inertia Demonstration for Kids | The After-School Life
STEM Project- Build A Hydraulic Elevator | Teach Beside Me
Stand On A Paper Cup Without Breaking It | Science-Sparks.com
Egg Drop Challenge with FREE Planning Printable | Buggy and Buddy
Physics Science FREE Experiments for Elementary Aged Kids | Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls
Force STEM FREE project (Edible Car Challenge) | Adventures in ISTEM
A Pulley System STEM STEAM | YCW in the House
Wave Properties STEM Designer FREE Challenge: The Echo & Anechoic Chamber! | i Like To Science
Chemistry STEM Projects:
Chemistry is the physical science study of materials and substances and how they are formed and how they interact.
FREE Middle School Chemistry Curriculum | Freely Homeschool
Static Electricity STEM Experiment for Kids | A Dab of Glue Will Do
Glowing Fireworks Experiment | Growing a Jeweled Rose
Transfer of Energy Science Experiment | Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls
Physical And Chemical Changes In Matter STEM Challenge | Everyone Deserves to learn
Chemical Reactions: Make a Penny Turn Green (with FREE printable) | Buggy and Buddy
Make Quicksand in Your Classroom! STEM Experiment | Brain Brigade
Earth Science STEM Projects:
Earth science is the physical science study of the planet Earth. This includes many disciplines like meteorology, gemology, and geology.
The Best Weather Science Experiment (How Clouds Make Rain) | Mrs Jones Creation Station
Rainbow Walking Water Science Experiment for Kids | Fun Learning for Kids
Sandcastle Erosion STEM Challenge | The First Grade Roundup
Plate Movement Earthquake STEM Activity | The Owl Teacher
Scientific Revolution STEM Challenges | Teach Student Savvy
Creating an Earthquakes STEM Challenge | Teachers are Terrific
STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model | Preschool Powol Packets
Salt Water Experiment – Ocean Science for Kids | ScienceKiddo.com
Astronomy STEM Projects:
Astronomy is a physical science study that has to do with celestial objects. We learn about planets, the moon, galaxies, black holes, comets, and stars in astronomy.
Astronomy STREAM Writing Challenge | STEAM Powered Family
Lunar Cycle and Moon Phase STEM Challenges using the IPAD | Erin*tegration
Top 10 STEM Space Activities | VivifySTEM
DIY Moon Dust STEM | VivifySTEM
Pipe Cleaner Constellations STEM Activity | 123 Homeschool 4 Me
You can look all around nature with your kids. We look at how things work, look at how chemicals react together, see how the earth is made up, and look in awe at the skies’ majesty.
We see around us the undeniable creation hand-crafted by an undeniable Creator.
Then, we start to realize that it takes more to believe we got here from a “big bang theory” than it does to have faith God created it all. Physical science rocks!
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
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