Science Activities are one of the best things to do with preschoolers to keep them engaged in learning. They allow hands on learning while exploring their natural curiosity. As part of the Creative Preschoolers team, I am excited to share with you a whole bunch of EASY science activities for you and your preschooler.
Preschool Science Activities:
Kids will love this sugar rush science experiment with balloons and candy by A Little Pinch of Perfect.
Tornado in a Jar Experiment
Artsy Momma perfected how to make a tornado in a jar. Find out the secrets to make a storm of your own.
Static Electricity Butterfly Experiment
Learn about static electricity while helping the butterfly flap its wings by I Heart Crafty Things.
Superhero Signals with the Scientific Method
Turn off the lights and signal your inner super hero scientist with Handmade Kids Art.
Preschool Science Charts
Transform a nature walk into an opportunity for scientific discovery with Pink Stripey Socks.
More Science Activities shared by the Creative Preschoolers Team:
I love these ideas – Thanks for linking with this week's Parenting Pin it Party.
Thanks for sharing @Saturday Science!
Oooh, what fun learning experiences!
I love science!
Thanks for sharing and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop.
Wishing you a lovely weekend.
Science experiments are always a kid favorite. I love your activities — I imagine my older kids would like some of them too!
Thank you for sharing at the #SHINEbloghop.
Have a great weekend.
So many fun science ideas! Thanks for linking up to TGIF!
I am pinning away =)
WOW, these look like a ton of fun! My olders love science experiments! Thanks so much for sharing!
The pop rock balloons look like a lot of fun!!
My favorite is that static electricity butterfly! My kids were awed when I showed them how balloons stuck to walls after being rubbed on their heads. They thought it was magic! I bet they'd play with those butterflies for a long time. Thanks for passing on the great idea!
my son loves science experiments! He was constantly freezing things or hiding items in hidden spots, combining things that shouldn't be lol. Thanks for sharing these fun experiments!