Science Experiments to do at home

Science is fun for young kids to explore and learn about through hands on activities and those activities you can easily do at home. Last week on Tuesday Tots some amazing ideas were linked up including this activities which I am featuring this week.

Simple Science Experiments to do at home

First off for your slightly older kids – you can learn about the brain and the parts using modelling with this fabulous How to make a model brain from Science Sparks.

Perfect for this time of year is a simple experiment to create a rainbow from Edutainment at Home.

A fun activity for your kids is Chromatography and if you combine that with a craft you can produce these gorgeous Chromatography Butterflies from Buggy and Buddy.

Oobleck or Gloop is a fabulous sensory experiment and this literacy linked post from ABC Creative Learning with some Dr Seuss inspired Oobleck fun helps brings books alive as well.

Toddlers can start to explore properties of materials and ice is a good starting point. This post from Munchins and Moms gives some great starting points on ice investigations for toddlers.

From our own archives you can explore how plants drink – toddlers up enjoy this experiment which shows results overnight so perfect for those with little patience.

Tuesday Tots

This weeks Tuesday Tots is co-hosted by Rainy Day Mum, Learn with Play at Home and One Perfect Day. Please pop by the other sites and see what activities they are featuring this week.

Tuesday Tots Link Up

I look forward to seeing your ideas linked up this week.



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