Science is such a fun subject, helping young learners become inquisitive explorers. There are so many different exciting and fun science experiments that can be completed with only a few items, many that you would have lying around the house. Here are fifteen popping, bubbling, and fizzing experiments your kids will love.
If you are looking for some fun, and cheap science experiments to do with your kids, then look no further. Here is a collection of some outrageously fun experiments to do.
Before completing any of these experiments, teach children about the Scientific Method with these worksheets and flip book.
Fun Science Experiments
Here are over 15 different science experiments covering a variety of different topics.
With this fun Rainy Day Experiment, children will learn about clouds and rain.
Vinegar and baking soda are the two most common ingredients in many chemical reaction experiments. This fun Fizzy Frozen Heart Experiment is a fun twist on the traditional chemical reaction experiment.
With this delicious jelly bean experiment and complementary experiment worksheets, children will enjoy watching the jelly beans lose their colors.
Another tasty, or should I say tasteless when completed, experiment is this entertaining Growing Gummy Bears Experiment.
Create some interesting glow in the dark jelly, with this fun experiment.
Kids will love this fun and foaming experiment. This fun, but messy Elephant’s Toothpaste experiment is best done outdoors.
Children will love dancing along with these Dancing Raisins, while completing this easy experiment.
Learn about carbon dioxide with this fascinating Pop Rock Experiment.
Learn about DNA with this fun and exciting DNA Strawberry Experiment.
Are you having chicken for dinner? Then keep the bones and try this awesome Bending Chicken Bone Experiment!
Blackouts happen, though hopefully not too often. Learning to make a candle from butter is not only a fun experiment, but one that is good to know, that could be used to help in the future.
Learn about acids and bases and how things are classified with this Acid and Base Experiment with so many options to try.
Did you know you can make grapes float? This is a great experiment that young kids will love helping recreate.
This cool experiment needs candy canes to complete it, so save it now, for when you do! Watching candy canes dissolve at different rates, depending on what liquid it is placed in, is so much fun to watch.
Here is a collection of fun budget-friendly science experiments that you may also enjoy.
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What is your favorite experiment?
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