Learn how to make an eggshell disappear, then use the naked eggs for more experiments. Kitchen science is so much […]
Science Crafts & Activities for Kids
Kids love science, and we've put together a ton of science crafts and activities to keep their minds curious! Fun science projects for all ages so grab your kids and some of these fun ideas.
Learn all about the science of sound through this fun musical activity. It’s easy to do using materials you already […]
Follow the directions to create a working periscope using PVC and mirrors! It’s a great way to combine science, art […]
Grab the kids and head outdoors for this super fun exploding art project! IEach one is completely different.
Turn ketchup packages into colorful fish from the world of Finding Dory. Through a science experiment called “The Cartesian Diver,” […]
Put together a super fun nature explorer kit for (or with!) your kids. Use it for nature walks or to […]
This Easter Science Kit is a great alternative to an Easter basket full of candy. It includes a printable for […]
Make neon rainbow slime with just three simple household ingredients. Kids will love exploring the properties of this fun substance.
Make a fun bubble snake using an old sock and some bubble solution. It’s a lot of fun to do […]
Make glitter bouncy balls in lots of fun colors. They’re cheap to buy, but making them yourself is a great […]
Make these groovy mason jar lava lamps and add glitter for extra fun! This is a fun science experiment for […]
This quick and easy balloon-powered car is made out of a recycled berry basket. They are so much fun to […]
Kids will love trying this amazing color mixing ‘trick.’ It’s an easy project and a fun way to learn about […]
There’s no shortage of candy when it comes to Valentine’s Day, so why not try something different this year? Food […]
These Rocket Valentines are a great candy alternative gift for kids to give out on Valentine’s Day. They allow for […]
Create your own catapult with craft sticks, rubber bands and a bottle cap. Kids of all ages will have many […]
This faux-snow recipe is a great way to bring winters indoors. The kids will love sculpting this ‘snow’ into all sorts of […]
Salt painting is so much fun and good for fine motor skills development. The results are bright and beautiful!
Learn about fall and science at the same time with these fun and easy discovery jars. Great for sensory play!
This is a very simple science experiment that can be done with children as young as 2. Basically, if they […]
Discovery bottles are so much fun! This simple ocean-in-a-bottle activity is a classic that never gets old.
Mix a few simple ingredients and create your own slime. It’s easy, fun, and a great party favor, especially for […]
Make your own actual drawing robot out of a few simple parts. So much fun to watch in action and a […]
Make squishy flubber with warm water, glue and Borax. Encourage your kids’ cognitive development while having fun at the same […]
Make a little turtle terrarium that is perfectly sized for doll play with American Girl dolls. So cute!
Make a mini rock collection that is perfectly sized for American Girl Dolls. Educational and cute!
Make a miniature volcano using an egg carton, then create the rest of the science presentation! Perfectly sized for American […]
Discover how helicopters work with this fun, easy, and inexpensive science experiment. All you need are paper, scissors, and paperclips!
Observe the changes in avocado pits as they dry, then paint them as insects. Science + craft = fun!
Explore the concept of camouflage by making background patterns and clay creatures. A wonderful activity for the classroom, Scouts, or […]
Learn how to dye gorgeous rainbow flowers. A classic and fun science experiment for the kids that produces beautiful results!
Children can create their own watercolors, exploring how tissue paper releases color. Soak non-colorfast tissue paper in water and use […]
Use ingredients you probably already have in the house to make some great (and cheap) bubble solution!
Learn how to easily dye some carnations with rainbow colors using food coloring.
Slime is so fun and adding a holiday scent and theme really captivates kids. Stretch, pull, squeeze, make it ooze, […]
Have you ever microwaved a bar of Ivory soap? You must! And here’s a fun craft to do with the […]
Your child will LOVE playing chemist with these kid-safe materials. The fun will last as long as the supplies do!
Help your kids make a life-sized map of their bodies. You’ll love seeing their “aha moments” as they learn about […]
Turn glue and glitter into a visually mesmerizing project. Even the most rambunctious boys will get a kick out of […]
Whether you call it slime, gak, or putty, this glow-in-the-dark slime recipe is a fun activity for kids that will […]
Keep the kids busy with at-home science experiments like this one! Make your own butter with nothing but sweet cream, […]
Frozen ice chalk is easy to make with just a few simple ingredients. It’s art, sensory, and science all in […]
Make this moon craft using flour & white paint for the moon and a bottle cap to create the craters. […]
For most kids, Fourth of July fireworks are a highlight of the holiday. Who doesn’t love those magnificent and exciting […]
Make this fun paper craft using glue, gold dust and stars. Talk about the night sky and all the stars […]
Pop Rocks candy is tasty and so much fun. Instead of buying it, try making your own at home. Be […]
Have the kids help make some patriotic punch! Not only is it tasty and cute, but it’s a great opportunity […]
Let your kids enjoy some sensory fun as they create monsters and watch the slime ooze. A fun science project […]
Make your own bird field guide featuring species you regularly see in your area. What an easy and inexpensive way […]
Bring the planets to life with a project that is educational and fun at the same time. Kids will love […]
Repurpose baby food jars to hold scent-soaked cotton balls for this smelly game! Using their sense of smell, kids match […]
Turn a clothes hanger, some yarn, and two cups into a quick and easy balance. Younger children can compare the […]
Here’s a fun science craft for your toddler or preschooler to do this spring. Use Do-a-Dot markers to make a […]
Have you ever tried painting with ice cubes? Freeze a mix of water and liquid watercolors, then use the ice […]
With just a few simple ingredients, it is easy to make lovely crystal ornaments. Make hearts for Valentine’s Day, shamrocks […]
This Easter craft doubles as a science project, offering an opportunity to show kids the crystallization process at work. The […]
Make some homemade clay and then the sky is the limit for creating fun things. Tags, ornaments, medallions and more […]
Melt old broken crayons into beautiful new crayon snowflakes! A great activity for a cold and snowy afternoon. The best […]
Paint the snow with water colors and a spray bottle. This is a really fun winter activity for kids of […]
If your kids like creating under the sea dioramas, follow our instructions on how to make red coral. Using resin […]