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Explore an ever growing list of hundreds of fun and easy science experiments. Have fun trying these experiments at home or use them for science fair project ideas. Explore experiments by category, newest experiments, most popular experiments, easy at home experiments, or simply scroll down this page for tons of awesome experiment ideas! Lava Lamp:
- Amplify A Smartphone
- Send A Teabag Flying
- Taste The Rainbow
- Watch The Water Rise
- Set Raisins Dancing
- Race A Balloon-Powered Car
- Crystallize Your Own Rock Candy
- Make Elephant-Sized Toothpaste
- Repel Glitter with Dish Soap
- Blow The Biggest Bubbles You Can
No Bluetooth speaker? No problem! Put together your own from paper cups and toilet paper tubes. Learn more: Mum in the Madhouse
Hot air rises, and this experiment can prove it! You’ll want to supervise kids with fire, of course. For more safety, try this one outside! Learn more: Coffee Cups and Crayons
Teach your students about diffusion while creating a beautiful and tasty rainbow! You’ll definitely want to have extra Skittles on hand so your class can enjoy a few as well! Learn more: ToucanBox
Learn about Charles’s Law with this simple experiment. As the candle burns, using up oxygen and heating the air in the glass, the water rises as if by magic. Learn more: Team Cartwright
This is a fun version of the classic baking soda and vinegar experiment, perfect for the younger crowd. The bubbly mixture causes raisins to dance around in the water. Learn more: 123 Homeschool 4 Me/Dancing Raisins
Kids will be amazed when they learn they can put together this awesome racer using cardboard and bottle-cap wheels. The balloon-powered “engine” is so much fun too. Learn more: ProLab
Crystal science experiments teach kids about supersaturated solutions. This one is easy to do at home, and the results are absolutely delicious! Learn more: Growing a Jeweled Rose
This fun project uses yeast and a hydrogen peroxide solution to create overflowing “elephant toothpaste.” You can also add an extra fun layer by having the kids create toothpaste wrappers for their plastic bottles. Learn more: Steve Spangler Science
Everyone knows that glitter is just like germs—it gets everywhere and is so hard to get rid of! Use that to your advantage and show kids how soap fights glitter andgerms. Learn more: Living Life & Learning
Add a few simple ingredients to dish soap solution to create the largest bubbles you’ve ever seen! Kids learn about surface tension as they engineer these bubble-blowing wands. Learn more: Scholastic/Dish Soap Bubbles
Fun science experiments to explore everything from kitchen chemistry to DIY mini drones. Easy to set up and perfect for home or school. Browse the collection and see what you want to try first! 10 Fun Science Experiments for Kids Search Select a resource Science Experiments Filter by Area of Science Grade Level Sort by Most popular