Spring has arrived! The warmer days and ever-changing landscape encourage us to get outside often, where we witness the growth and renewal that is more evident now, than at any other time of the year.
As children inquire about the changes they observe throughout the spring season, it provides a wonderful opportunity to expand on their curiosity by allowing them plenty of time to explore and learn about spring related topics, from clouds and rain to flowers and rainbows.
If you’re looking for meaningful and engaging spring-themed science experiments for kids, you’ll appreciate this list.
Click on each link below, for additional details and instructions.
Egghead Science via Nurture Store
Shaving Cream Rain Clouds via One Little Project
Botany for Kids: Flower Dissection via Sugar, Spice and Glitter
Why is the Sky Blue? Science Experiment via Rookie Parenting
Water Cycle in a Bag via Playdough to Plato
Weather in a Jar via Creative Connections for Kids
Super Simple Greenhouse for Kids via The Handmade Home
Flower Science Experiment via Growing a Jeweled Rose
Sugar Water Density Rainbow via Little Bins for Little Hands
Growing Beans on Cotton Balls via The Imagination Tree
Do you have a favorite spring science experiment for kids? Feel free to share your ideas or links in the comments below.
Find more inspiration on our Spring Activities & Crafts board on Pinterest.