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Science Activities for Kids

Fun Science Activities That are Safe and Easy

Our fun science activities for kids will provide hours of learning enjoyment for your children, safely allowing their curious minds to explore different science experiments and projects. Parents and teachers like the structure provided by the easy to follow steps in each activity; kids love the hands-on aspect and the discoveries they make. Choose from earth science activities for kids, environmental science activities, and many more. They help you encourage curiosity today, instilling knowledge for life. Be sure to try our science worksheets to log and track your activities.

Fun and Easy Science Experiments for Kids

Get easy science experiments for kids that allow them to practice what they’re learning in school. Help your young scientist fully understand concepts by letting them do the experiments hands-on. Insight that comes from exploration and discovery leads to a stronger grasp of the lessons-learned. Our fun science experiments for kids are safe, and each includes detailed instructions. Find a science project for kids based on age-appropriate concepts, from earth science to chemistry. With easy to find ingredients and clearly defined lessons, our science activities make it simple to help young minds flourish. Teaching through these engaging experiments for kids improves your relationship with them, and can turn into a lifelong love of science.

In some ways, ants are a lot like humans. That is, they tend to have a particular place they’re going, and they can keep track of their destination. They know what turns to take, they can remember where to walk and where to avoid, and they always find their way back home. Observing ant behavior is a fun and easy way for kids to learn about how animals (and especially insects) act. This experiment also provides a safe way for kids to involve themselves in the activity and see if they can influence the ants’ behavior.

Have you ever wondered why a sliced apple turns brown when you leave it exposed to the open air? Now you can find out the answer—and teach it to your kids—with this fun and simple activity, which really lets your kids see chemistry in action. Your children will come to understand that it is exposure to oxygen that makes the sliced apple turn brown. By coating the sliced apple in another substance, however, you can keep it safe from the oxygen, and keep it whiter longer!

Astronomy is a field that has fascinated cultures since the dawn of civilization. Today, kids have a massive amount of information about the universe at their fingertips. This fun science activity for kids will teach your little ones about space, the stars, history, and how to use the Internet to learn about their favorite topics.

Chemical reactions are important to learn—and fun to watch! Your kids will love this experiment because it shows them a chemical reaction in action while demonstrating the power that such a reaction can have. As a result, they will be encouraged to explore the way in which other materials react to one another.

Every region has a wealth of wildlife—including its own local birds. By learning about these birds, your kids can foster an understanding and appreciation of their hometown. While bird watching can be as simple as breaking out a pair of binoculars in your back yard, a bird watching expedition will get your kids excited about the activity while adding another dimension to the information they acquire. Discovering local wildlife is a fun and informative activity that 10 to 14 year olds will love!

Kids love music, especially when they get to make it. This easy science activity for kids lets them not only create fun tunes, it helps them learn how different materials make different sounds. By exploring the tones of glass and plastic, they will learn a bit about how different materials respond to outside forces.

Plate tectonics is an important idea to grasp in middle school science. This fun and delicious science activity for kids will show your children how plate tectonics work while allowing them to enjoy a candy bar treat.