Do you like spring? After several months of cold winter, it is nice to see the green color again. Spring is also a wonderful season for kids to explore science. We have tons of fun science activities collected here that are perfect for spring.
75 Fun Spring Science Activities for Kids
We like to start the spring by learning about seeds. Take a look at these 9 seed science activities for kids. How many food you eat has seeds in them? There are so many different types of seeds, bean, dandelion, pine cones. Spring is a good time to observe and study these seeds.
After studying seed, kids can follow the natural path to study plants. These fun 10 plant science activities not only help kids learn about plants, but also help them learn science research principals. If you like studying plants, these plant identification apps will help and make the study fun.
Talking about rain, if you get a lot rain in spring, try these 8 rain science experiments. Making rain gauge, testing rain water pH level, all sounds fun for kids. If you prefer a ready to go kits, this is a good weather science kit for kids.
Do you have windy days in spring? Try these 7 hands-on wind science activities with kids.
Spring is also a good time to learn about water. Have you tried bend the water? Follow 7 water science activities for more fascinating ideas with water, and your kids will be amazed.
If you celebrate Easter, you will love these 8 science experiments using eggs. They are easy yet fascinating for everyone.
On a warm spring night, it is fun to go out study stars. But you can do some learning activities indoor with these 7 fun ideas for stars and constellations. Don’t forget these stargazing apps. They will show the stars you can see from your location on the device screen even when you are inside your house.
Do your kids like bugs? They will love these 8 science activities about bugs. To make catching bugs easier, you want to have a bug vacuum. For those who don’t like touching bugs, they can still learn about bugs with these interactive apps about bugs. They will see the bugs up close in the pictures and videos, and hear the bugs sing just like they are in the nature.
Do you have any spring science activities to suggest?
I hope you like these science experiments. Doing science at home is not just for fun, it is also to cultivate child’s interest in science and help them grow scientific thinking skills. Don’t just do it for fun, try follow scientific steps while working with kids on these activities. I outlined the steps and developed this Science Experiment Recording Sheet. I highly recommend following these steps for each activity, even with young children. They can draw pictures if they can’t write. It is the process that is important, starting with questions and hypothesis.
Have you tried these outdoor science apps? They make your walking in the park or playing in the backyard much more fun!
You may also like our collection of more than 100 natural science activities for kids.