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Science Sunday- Fun & Easy Science Experiments
Welcome to our Science Sunday- Fun & Easy Science Experiments section. We absolutely love Science and are passionate about making science fun for kids. Every Sunday we share with you our love of science by posting a fun and easy science experiment tutorial including video and explanations. Your kids will love our videos hosted by Isabella. Science for kids doesn't have to be complicated and boring, it can be fun and exciting for both children and adults.
- Science based activities offer endless creative learning opportunities.
- They are also a great way to spend time with your children.
- Science can also be helpful for inspiring or reluctant readers or even children who like to be very hands on with their learning.
- Children are naturally curious. Science experiments are a great way to help them explore the world around them.
- Learning how to think logically and follow a scientific process has great benefits to children as they grow up.
- Giving them the chance to question the world around them and seek the answers is a great tool to have throughout life.
- Helping them to plan, communicate, work creatively, solve problems and so much more.
Science for Girls
When it comes to math and science girl tend to be overseen. For some reason even now a days it is uncommon to see females taking over these fields. I am not saying there aren't amazing women, rocking their positions in math and science fields. They are just overlooked and not as many as there should be. It is a stereotype that girls excel at language arts while boys excel at math and science. Science as well as all subjects are for everyone. Inspiring girls in particular to get excited about science is something that is important to us. This is why Isabella shares her love of science with everyone. While we still want to inspire boys love and passion of science, we still want our girls to grow a deeper passion themselves.
Note: this article may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase using one of these links, I may be paid a referral fee at no expense to you. Magnetic Slime Welcome to Science Sunday Season 3! We are so excited to share another round of science experiments with you. We are kicking off season […]
Cloud in a Bottle Welcome to a brand new Science Sunday! This week is bitter sweet, while we are super excited to share another fun and easy science experiment with you, we need to take a short break. Don’t worry, we will be back to share even more fun and easy science experiments with you. […]
Science Sunday- Lava in a Cup Welcome to another Science Sunday! Today we are exploring density with this super easy and fun experiment Lava in a Cup! What You Will Need: 2 clear glasses 1/4 cup vegetable oil 2 teaspoons of salt 2 teaspoons of sugar Water Food Coloring What to do First fill the […]
Science Sunday- Yeast Balloon What you will need: A packet of yeast A Funnel (optional) A small, clean, clear, plastic soda bottle 1 teaspoon of sugar Some warm water A small balloon What to do: Fill the bottle up with about one inch of warm water. Add the yeast packet. Gently Swirl the bottle […]
Dancing Conversation Hearts Welcome to another Science Sunday!!!! We received so much positive feedback from our last experiment with Conversation Hearts that we decided to do a Density Experiment with them. Do you want to see some Dancing Conversation Hearts? Let’s get started! What you will need: 8 (more optional) Conversation hearts or hard candy […]
Conversation Heart Science Sunday Welcome to another Science Sunday!!!! Since Valentine’s Day is this week we are having fun with a Conversation Heart Science Experiment. Today we will show you how to conduct an experiment to see what will happen when each sugar heart is exposed to a different environment. What you will need: Conversation […]