Science Experiments for Kids


Is the knowledge about or study of the natural world based on facts learned through experiments and observation.

Both of my daughters enjoy doing different Science Experiments.  The experiments we have done range from Physical Sciences to Life Sciences.  So I wanted to break them all down for you into different categories based on the type of experiment.  Within each of the groups below are additional groups of experiments to further break down the categories for you.

Keep in mind that all the experiments we have done are geared toward young kids, but can be redone for older children too.  My sister is a High School Science Teacher and has used some of these experiments in her classroom but has revamped them for older children.


Science Experiments for Kids Science Earth Experiments
Science Experiments for Kids Science Experiments for Kids


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