Looking for some fun things to do with your toddlers and kids? Why not break up the boring with some SCIENCE projects for kids!

Our 4 kids are (thankfully) still at ages where we can get them to do things together. My husband loves to break out the science when they start complaining and need something to keep their minds occupied.

From learning about electricity, to watching a chemical reaction — your kids will love to get their hands dirty with Science. Don’t tell them this, but they may actually learn something… shhh…..

50+ Fun Science Projects for Toddlers & Kids

We have an on-going list of 50+ Science Projects for Kids that we’ve rounded up. Do you have a science project we didn’t list? Leave a comment and we will add it to the list!

Science Projects for Kids

Make a Solar Oven

Solar Oven from a Pizza Box

Using a pizza box – make smores or even heat pizza!

Learn how to make a solar oven

Floating Egg

floating egg

An egg sinks to the bottom if you drop it into a glass of ordinary drinking water but what happens if you add salt? The results are very interesting and can teach you some fun facts about density.

Make a Floating Egg

Build Your Own Fog Tornado

fog tornado

As the fan forces air out of the chamber, air from outside the box is forced in through the slots on the sides. The position of the slots causes the incoming air to create a VORTEX (spiral) of air as it is drawn up and out of the box. Real tornados form in a similar way using updrafts and wind-shear (wind from different directions at different altitudes)

Learn How to Build Your Own Fog Tornado

Diet Coke & Mentos Geyser Eruption

diet coke and mentos explosion

One of the most popular experiments of modern times is the Diet Coke and Mentos Geyser. Made popular by Steve Spangler, this experiment is a lot of fun and sure to amaze your friends and family (assuming you do it outside rather than in the living room).

Purchase a Mentos dropper to easily make your geyser!

Learn How to Make a Diet Coke & Mentos Geyser Eruption

Build a Super-Hoop Glider

hoop glider

Since objects of different weight generally fall at the same speed, the hoop will keep its “upright” position.

Learn How to Build a Super-Hoop Glider

Microwave Lightbulb

Microwave Lightbulb Science Project for Kids

Microwave appliances work by sending out tiny waves of energy, called microwaves. These waves of energy pass through the glass of the light bulb to excite the tungsten filament inside. The tungsten is thin enough that it glows when excited by the energy waves. This is the same thing that happens when an electrical current, like the one from a light socket, passes through the tungsten filament.

Learn More About the Microwave Lightbulb Project

Raw or Boiled Egg?

Surprise your friends and family with an easy science experiment that answers an otherwise tricky question. Two eggs look and feel the same but there is a big difference, one is raw and the other hard boiled, find out which is which with this fun experiment.

Read More About Raw or Boiled Egg

Mystery Balloon Pop

Roll a Can with Static Electricity

Learn About Water Pressure

Bend Water with Static Electricity

Ice Cube MagicSeed Germination

Egg Drop Experiment

Steel Wool & Vinegar

Make an Easy Lava Lamp

Make a Snowflake

Electric Cornstarch

Homemade Kaleidoscope

Watch Yeast in Action

Science on the Playground

Fruit Power Battery

Make Rain Drops

Chicken Sounds From a Cup

The Exploding Lunch Bag

Make A Cartesian Diver 

Taste Without Smell

Floating Letters

Egg Bubbles

Flower Change Colors

Quick Sand

Milk and Color

Science Rainbow Jar

Grow Gross

Fun with Ice

DIY Chia Pet

Science in the Kitchen

Exploring Surface Tension

Celery Experiment

Lava Errupting Egg Experiment

Make a Rainbow

Green Slime


Blow Up Balloons with Pop Rocks

Rainbow Erruptions

Air Pressure Can Crusher

Make Invisible Ink

Fantastic Foamy Fountain

Lung Volume

Water Power Demonstration

Make Convection Currents

Grow beans on cotton balls

Dancing Raisins 

Test Your Sense of Smell

Check out more things to do with kids!

What Are Your Kids Favorite Science Projects? 

Let us know in the comments! If you have a link to a science project for kids, add it in the comments!

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