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 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!
Above, from left to right:
- A science experiment I’ve been long meaning to try. Celery in food coloring at Creativity My Passion.
- Brenna Phillips experimented with ice with the preschoolers! Freezing and thawing!
- Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas explored gases with a baking soda and vinegar experiment that blows up balloons
- Mess for Less explored baking soda and vinegar fizzing! This is just always fun no matter how you do it!
High Five to these play friends!
(Go leave them a playful comment!)
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