1. Make a Recycled Microscope
Support your child’s inquisitiveness by helping put together this simple microscope—you’ll both be surprised at what you can see!
2. Sink or Float Experiment
Make a hypothesis, then watch as your aspiring scientist learns what sinks or floats with this hands-on experiment.
3. Exploring Ramps and Friction
This fun, hands-on experiment is a great way to introduce kids to friction, ramps, and angles!
4. DIY Toy Parachutes
Head outdoors to discover the science behind how parachutes work!
5. What Lives in Dirt?
Your little ones will love playing and exploring their way through this nature experiment—in your own backyard!
6. Cardboard Solar Oven
Build this “solar oven” with your little engineer, then use the sun’s energy to make melted crayon crafts or even heat up a tasty summertime treat!
7. Watermelon Volcano
Let your kids experiment with hands-on science they can hear, see, and touch!
8. Kool-Aid Rock Candy
Transform a classic summertime drink into rock candy with this colorful experiment!
9. Ice Cream in a Bag
Did you know you can turn heavy whipping cream into ice cream with just a plastic bag, ice, and salt?