If you’re searching for fun science experiments for kids of all ages, welcome to Science Sparks! We’ve got 100s of super simple hands-on science experiments so you’re sure to find something to try wherever your interests lie.
Science Experiments for Kids
|Science Experiments for Kids|
Make a sandwich bag explode, blow up a balloon with lemon juice, make a beautiful rainbow density jar, make your own pH indicator and more cracking chemistry experiments for kids.
Preschool Science Experiments Children can create filter paper butterflies, find out how many feet tall they are, make shadow puppets, save a soft from getting wet and more great preschool science ideas.
Gravity Experiments Make a water powered bottle rocket, defy gravity with a magnet and more fun gravity experiments
Baking Soda Experiments
Make witchy potions, fairy potions, a baking soda powered boar, volcano and other fun baking soda experiments.
Kitchen Science Experiments
Make cornflour gloop, crunchy honeycomb, discover why pineapple stops jelly setting, clean dirty water, make a lemon sink and more exciting kitchen science experiments.
Easter Science Experiments
Make an eggshell bridge, an unbreakable egg, save Humpty Dumpty from a terrible fall and more fun Easter Science Experiments.
Fairy Tale Science Activities
Make a zip wire to help Jack escape down the Beanstalk, build a new house for the Three Little Pigs and more awesome fairy tale science activities!
Everything you need for Science at Home
Ideas and suggestions for materials and resources it's handy to have in your cupboards so you're ready for almost every science experiment you want to try!
Forces and Motion Experiments
Learn about gravity, air resistance, air pressure and friction with this fun collection of experiments for learning about forces and motion.
Coke and Mento Reaction
Find out what happens when you drop a mento into a just opened bottle of coke ( you've got to be quick before the fizz fades )
Most of our experiments only require very simple materials and ingredients that you most likely already have around the house. What are you waiting for? Choose an activity, create a cool science project, try a STEM challenge and then show your friends and family what you’ve learned. We’ve also got a few science tricks that are sure to impress an audience!
For children who aren’t especially interested in science, give one of our book themed science experiments a go. These are also great for younger children, as we find adding a bit of context to an activity really helps keep kids engaged.
The most important thing to remember is that science should be fun!