Creative Child

15 Science Activities for Preschoolers

by Devin Berglund on Jul 16th, 2015
If you’re looking for science activities for preschoolers then you’ll want to check out what we have below. Preschool science experiments are a great way to teach your kids, while having fun, throughout the summer.
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Rock Candy - These are tons of fun to make, but remind your kids to be patient. These will take awhile! They'd also make an awesome addition to a tea party.
 
Glow in the Dark Jello - Jello that glows in the dark and is still safe to eat? What a cool experiment on light.
 
Stages of the Moon - This makes studying the stages of the moon tons of fun. All you need are some Oreos. Don't forget the milk!!
 
How Are Mountains Made? - With this easy and creative experiment, your kids will understand more about tectonic plates and how mountains are made.
 
Edible Water Bottles - How unique and different!? You and your kids will love experimenting with these edible water bottles.
 
Earth Layers Cake - We love this!! What a great way to teach the layers of the earth!
 
Jello Sky with Fluffy Clouds - A yummy treat that is bound to help you teach, your kids, about clouds.

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Erupting Volcano - We couldn't forget about the all-too-popular erupting volcano. This one is a must try for every child.

Making Crystals - Teach about crystals, diamonds, and other rare rocks before you help your kids make their own. These also make beautiful gifts and ornaments.

Frozen Bubbles - Did you know that if you blow bubbles when it's freezing out, that your bubbles will freeze? It's a true story. These are fun!

Tea Bag Rocket - Your boys and girls will love this simple rocket science project. All you need are some tea bags! It doesn't feel like rocket science at all!

Bathtime Fun - These bath-time science activities for preschoolers will make your kids beg for bath-time.

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Water Science Experiment - This is cool! Your kids will be amazed by this one.

Make Your Own Geodes - Geodes form in many kinds of rock depending on precipitation and gases. These aren't real ones, but make a few faux geodes with your little ones. They'll love it!!

Make Oobleck Dance - This is just amazing. Do this with your kids and you'll both be amazed.

Clean Penny Experiment - Experiment with your kids to find out which liquids and food items can clean a penny best.

These science activities for preschoolers will keep your young scientists busy this summer. Also, keep them in mind for the next science fair.

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Devin Berglund is an enthusiast for all things writing. On her free time she enjoys FaceTiming with her fiancé (who currently lives in Australia), traveling, and writing novels.

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