20 AWESOME Science Projects

My kiddos love to learn how the world works and without being aware, they are doing science projects!  Science experiments are among their favorite family activities.

We love to make guesses or predictions about what will happen and test them.  Exploring science with kids is always an adventure!

science projects for preschoolers

Here are 20 kid-tested and loved science experiments that are easy enough to do at home.

Preschool Science Projects

Here are some of our favorites to explore together with preschool-age kids.

The Science of Fire – Kids Activities

Build Structures with Grapes – 101 Kids Activities

Explore Air Pressure with Baggies – Quirky Momma

Learn about the Heart - Quirky Momma

Candy Science – Mom with Lesson Plan

Exploding Volcanoes – Fun a Day

science experiments for kids - 20 of them
Colorful Science Projects

All of these science activities for kids are filled with color!  We love when art and science collide.

Make Tie Dye Science with pH Tests – Kids Activity

Glitter Slime – 36th Avenue

Play Aqua Sand – Paging Fun Mums

Ocean in the Bottle – Happy Hooligans

science activities for elementary aged kids
Science Projects for Kids that Explore Nature

Science is all around us which is why these simple science activities dig deeper into what we see and find.

Magnetic Mud – Kids Activities

Leaf hunt – Lets Lasso Moon

Build Bridges with Cups and Paper – Kids Activities

Magnetic Slime – Frugal Fun for Boys

Soap Fluff – The Imagination Tree

Exploring Seeds - Fantastic fun and Learning

Make Naked Eggs  and the book:  101 Kids Activities

Magnetic Maze – All for the Boys

Catapults – Kids Activities

More Science for Kids

Check out our science for preschoolers favorites and a guide to science for kids from some of our favorite blogs.  If you have a favorite science activity, please post it to our FB page…we love to see how you are playing with science.




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Rachel About Rachel

An original "Quirky Momma" blogger and "Mommy" to six kids under six, when Rachel is not wiping crayon off the walls or wading through laundry, she can be found exploring and creating with her kiddos. She hopes to be someone who acts justly, loves kindness and walks humbly before God (Micah 6:8).