It’s Playtime! Science Experiments for Preschoolers!

Share:
It's Playtime at hands on : as we grow

After doing our lava lamp experiment, I’ve been on the lookout for more fun with science!

Especially experiments that my preschooler will find fun to do!
Here are a few experiments I found just on last week’s It’s Playtime! from my playdate friends!

science experiments for kids

[Science Sparks: What's Heaviest?]

A great experiment from Science Sparks. Find out what’s heavier! This is a concept I need to run by Henry to find out what he knows. Being heavy or light is kind of an abstract thing to comprehend.

Even though a toddler wouldn’t understand the concept and learning behind it, it would be a wonderful activity for them too! I bet George would get a kick out of the differences of each container!

science experiments for preschoolers
Above, from left to right:
High Five to these play friends!
[Go leave them a playful comment!]
[Please grab the featured badge on the right if you were featured]
It's Playtime linky party

It’s Playtime is a community for play loving bloggers to share ways to play.

Head on over to my playtime co-hosts:
The Imagination TreeMessy KidsQuirky MommaLet the Children Play.

New to It’s Playtime? Read How to Play to get all the details. 
Basically, share your play ideas at the party below and browse for more play ideas from others! 


 
[No blog? You can leave a comment here to share, too!]
 
Be sure to LIKE your favorite play ideas!
————-
————-
jamie @ hands on : as we grow
Henry is 3 years. George is 1 year.
Current sponsors :  Fudoo Boards  :  A Mom with a Lesson Plan  :  CraftProjectIdeas.com

Design your own party invitations at Vistaprint.com

 

From our partners

FREE KIDS ACTIVITIES PLANNER:

Join over 16,000 parents and teachers receiving our activities and tips via email!

Plus, Get the FREE WEEKLY KIDS ACTIVITIES PLANNER when you sign up!

advertisement

Comments

  1. De tout et de rien: Activités pour le Préscolaire says

    I must say that science experiments are always my best activities. I love to do science! Thank you for those great activities to add to my to-do list :)

Leave a Reply