Woohoo! Summer is just about here. Summer can also bring summer slide. Stop summer slide with simple experiments that are perfect summer science learning activities for kids!
Every summer, I hear from parents who are looking to keep the learning activities going all summer long. Science experiments are a great way to make summer learning activities super fun!
Check out this roundup of experiments that are perfect for summer science learning activities!
21 Experiments for Summer Science Learning Activities for Kids
- Make butter just like 123 Homeschool 4 Me
- Grow a little plant with this idea from Little Bins for Little Hands
- Check out air pressure with an easy experiment from Darcy & Brian
- Make a little hot ice with Frugal Fun for Boy and Girls
- Watch how water can move with a simple experiment from Little Bins for Little Hands
- Build a balloon boat with a sponge, just like on The Craft Train
- Experiment with color and celery in this great idea from Coffee Cups & Crayons
- DIY bouncy balls from A Few Shortcuts
- Make a sunset in a glass just like Rookie Parenting
- Build a giant rainbow crystal from Hello Wonderful
- Make your sidewalk colorful with liquid chalk from Growing a Jeweled Rose
- Experiment with candy like Playdough to Plato
- Cool off with ice cream in a bag from More Than A Worksheet
- Launch your own bottle rocket with a fun experiment from Spaceships and Laser Beams
- Slurp on a slushie just like Reading Confetti
- Build your own s’mores without a campfire when you make a solar oven with this idea from Desert Chica
- Blow long bubble snakes with a tutorial from One Little Project
- Learn how leaves breath with this idea from KC Edventures
- Watch your ice volcano explode with an easy experiment from Reading Confetti
- Explore sinking and floating with an activity that’s perfect for little kids from Fantastic Fun and Learning
- Cool off with fizzy sherbet and an edible experiment from Laughing Kids Learn
How do you build experiments into your summer science learning activities?
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