SPRING SCIENCE FOR KIDS
Why is the sky blue? What is a cloud, and why does it rain?
These spring science experiments will help to answer all of those little questions & more!
Grow grass heads.
Grow radish hair eggheads.
Make your own vegetable planters using eggshells.
Grow a magic beanstalk.
Try the magic flower experiment.
Make a rain cloud in a jar.
Learn about insects with this amazing ants experiment.
Grow animal grass heads.
Explore how plants grow with this seeds experiment.
Make mini greenhouses.
Explore weather in-a-jar.
WOW, the kids with a glow-in-the-dark volcano.
Make the water cycle in-a-bag.
Make a cloud in a jar.
Explore solar energy with this yummy experiment for kids.
Make things “pop” with this exploding bag experiment.
How does your garden grow? Find out by trying to regrow celery.
Grow a plant in a box.
Grow carrots in a bottle.
Explore plants and how they grow with this egghead experiment.
Make a bottle rocket.
Grow your own “Plant Pals”.
Try the rainbow marker experiment.
Make an ocean-in-a-bottle.
Explore liquids with the water movement experiment.
Will it grow? Try this experiment to see!
Grow your own terrains.
Grow an indoor garden.
Make a tabletop biosphere.
Build a bug hotel.
Why is the sky blue? Find out with this fun experiment.
WOW, kids of all ages with the soap clouds experiment.
Make a rainbow in a jar.
Make a tornado in a jar.
Blow their minds with magic potion spoons.
Try the rainbow milk experiment