Looking for easy science projects for kids? If you want some cool science project ideas for the kids to work on, here’s a list that will give you tons of ideas. Get ready to see awe and amazement in your kids’ eyes when you share with them the how-to on these fun and easy science projects. Science will be their new favorite subject!
20 Fun and Easy Science Projects for Kids
Teach your children interesting science and technology facts by doing experiments with different materials that react in surprising ways. If you’re open to trying something new, there are tons of experiments that can be done using simple ingredients that can be found in your home (with adult supervision of course). Check out this list and let your kids have fun while learning.
1. Lassoing an Ice Cube
An impressive experiment that uses pressure and a little bit of time to cut an ice cube in half. See how it’s done here.
2. Tornado in a Bottle
This is a classic! With few simple items that you can find around the house, your kid can definitely see his/her tornado in a bottle. See tutorial here.
3. Floating Eggs
Eggs sink in regular tap water, adding salt can give some surprising results. Teach larger lessons on a smaller scale! See how it’s done here.
4. Potato Stabbing
It is amazing what pressure can do. Use the power of air pressure to help stab a drinking straw through a potato. See how it’s done here.
5. Quick Sand
Your child would certainly have a great time demonstrating this fun experiment to his/her friends. See how it’s done here.
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6. Diet Coke & Mentos Geyser Eruption
Alright, this one’s an oldie but a goody! Create an erupting geyser with Diet Coke and Mentos, this amazing experiment is guaranteed to make for a fun afternoon with the kids! See how it’s done here.
7. Vinegar Volcano
There’s a time to keep clean, but this isn’t it! Vinegar and baking soda make for a fun and easy science experiment. Let your child try this out. See video tutorial below.
8. Create Glowing Water
Use a black light to create glowing water and discover how it works with this fun science experiment for kids. See tutorial here.
9. Sink or Float? Orange Experiment
Science projects at their most basic. Let’s discover something useful and hands-on with this fun science experiment related to density. Check it out here.
10. Floating Ping Pong Balls
See amazing forces in action when you experiment with a hair dryer and a ping pong ball. See how it’s done here.
11. Bucket Spinning
Learn about centripetal force while staying dry as you spin a bucket of water above your head. Practice slowing down and speeding up – even if you get wet in the process! Check how it’s done here.
12. Dissolving Sugar, Physical or Chemical change?
Experiment and find out is dissolving sugar is a physical or chemical change. Check it out here.
13. Make Rock Candy
THIS EXPERIMENT REQUIRES ADULT HELP, IT DEALS WITH VERY HOT LIQUIDS! Wouldn’t it be great to do this fun science experiment at your kid’s party or as just a fun treat! See how it’s done here.
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14. Build a Balloon Rocket
A no mess high-flying kids’ science experiment. Check it out here.
15. Bend Water with Static Electricity
Have fun exploring the world of static electricity with this fun science experiment. See how it’s done here.
16. Make a Static Powered Dancing Ghost
This will turn your science experiment a bit spooky! But with fall coming up, you could use this one soon! See tutorial here.
17. Exploding Lunch Bag
Let your kid explore the pressure of gases with this chemical reaction science experiment! See how it’s done here.
18. Make a Crystal Snowflake
This is a perfect holiday science project that you and your kid can do together. Check how it’s done here.
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19. Invisible Ink with Lemon Juice
Has your child ever pretend to be a secret agent keeping secret codes. This will ensure a lot of fun! See video tutorial below.
20. Color Symphony
This will turn out to be a fun and easy, unforgettable learning experience! See how it’s done here.
Need some more science projects for kids? See this video from HooplaKidzLab. Learn and Enjoy!
Which science project are you going to try with your kids? Let us know below in the comments!