You can learn and have fun this holiday season with these fun Christmas science experiments for kids.
These ideas are fun for kids of all ages and will teach them some fun science concepts. Explore physics, chemistry, and more.
You can grow crystals to make pretty ornaments for your tree. Or try a little chemistry while you enjoy a warm cup of cocoa.
Check out the fun ideas below, grab some supplies, and have fun learning!
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The Amazing Scents of Christmas: A Sensory Activity for Kids
Explore your sense of smell with this fun sensory activity.
Christmas Science: How Much Water Does a Christmas Tree Drink?
Experiment and observe to find out how much water a Christmas tree drinks.
Static Electricity for Kids: Magic Clinging Tinsel Bow
Explore static electricity with this fun magic clinging tinsel bow activity.
Which of these fun Christmas science experiments are you going to try with your kids?
More fun science activities to try:
My must-have resources for science fun:
If you love to have science and STEM projects on hand, but don’t always have time to prep, why not give a subscription box a chance. I love Green Kid Crafts for this reason. The boxes are packed full of projects that are fun and inviting. You can choose to get a subscription or a one-off box based off of a specific theme.
Here are some of our favorites (you can purchase and find out more at each link):
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