25 Science Experiments for Kids The Budding Scientists Would Fall in Love With

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Combining learning with fun is the coolest idea to help kids gain an insight into things happening around them and the science behind the same. Right from letting some milk glow with rainbow colors to forming playful slime, from growing little plants to naturally coloring flowers, you have got a super interesting science experiment for it all. To prove it better, here are 25 Science Experiments for Kids The Budding Scientists Would Fall in Love With!

Science Experiments for Kids

1. Rainbow Rain Clouds

Rainbow Rain Clouds

Miniature version of natural rain, these water-filled jars are topped with shaving cream that works as clouds. As you add more and more drops of food color on top, the clouds get heavier and shower!

DIY Details : pagingfunmums

2. Dancing Frankenworms

Dancing Frankenworms

These dancing frankenworms are a cool and edible treat, giving the kiddos a dose of science with yumminess. Baking soda and vinegar are all credits to making the gummies dance.

DIY Details : playdoughtoplato

3. Tornado in a Jar

Tornado in a Jar

It’s sheer magic to witness a whole tornado in a jar when you hold it by the lid and rotate it around a circle. You also need water, clear dish soap, vinegar and blue food dye.

DIY Details : hiphomeschoolingblog

4. Homemade Flubber Recipe

Homemade Flubber Recipe

Coming with hours of playtime, this ‘Not so solid’ kind of a solid, whipped up with glue, water, borax and some mild laundry soap takes the cake with its squishy character.

DIY Details : livecrafteat

5. Skittles Science Experiment

Skittles Science Experiment

Watching those colors from skittles spread in a gorgeous circle when the kiddos pour some warm water in the center of a plate is surely going to take them by surprise!

DIY Details : craftymorning

6. Bouncy Balls

Bouncy Balls

Let the little chemists indulge in some crafty science using borax, water, glue, cornstarch, and food color – yielding colorful, super bouncy balls perfect to throw around the house.

DIY Details : thestemlaboratory

7. Rock Candy Experiment

Rock Candy Experiment

Blend some sweet goodness with super cool experimenting! Inserting a skewer in a jar of colored sugar-water solution. As days pass, sugar crystals accumulate on the stick to give yummy rocky candy!

DIY Details : growingajeweledrose

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