I am so excited about today’s roundup post! I just love doing science experiments with the kids. Lucky for me, I’ve noticed some really cool ideas on Pinterest. All of these science projects will go well with this week’s summer boredom buster theme. I can’t wait to do some of these fun projects. Come on in and check out all of these epic looking Summer Boredom Buster Science Experiment Ideas to do With the Kids:
What a great way to make memories with the kids this summer. These all look like Epic Fun!
Build a Bottle Rocket this summer by Frugal Fun 4 Boys Oh my goodness! My kids will love this one.
Make Bouncy Balls by The Stem Laboratory
Experiment chemical reactions with Elephant Toothpaste by Preschool Powol Packets
Discover how weight is distributed in liquid with Rainbow in a Jar by Playdough to Plato
More reaction fun with Fizzy Ice by Toddler Approved
Explore Color Theory with Color Changing Squirty Chalk by Growing a Jeweled Rose
More exploring with color change. Great summer idea by Growing a Jeweled Rose
Polymer Chains work together to make this Leak-Proof Bag Experiment by Paging Fun Mums
Got a hot day on your hands? Make a solar oven and homemade crayons! From The Craft Train
Find some seashells on the shore and grow some crystals! From Little Bins For Little Hands
Unfortunately, summer sometimes brings tornadoes. Create a tornado in a jar and talk about the how and why. From One Little Project
Then see how those beautiful summer clouds make rain! by The Happy Housewife
Ice Cream in a Bag! by Pleasantest Thing/Growing a Jeweled Rose
Learn the Science behind making Ice Cream in a Bag! by More Than a Worksheet
Study Sugar Crystals and Make Rock Candy from Kool-Aid! by HomeSchool 4 Me
Squirt Gun Science by No Time for Flashcards
What kid doesn’t love a good explosion? Exploding Soda by One Krieger Chick
I love, love, love these ideas! The hardest part of this post is deciding which one to do first.
If you enjoyed these Summer Boredom Buster Science Ideas, stick around to check our Summer Boredom Buster Craft Recipes:
~Melissa – Kid Friendly Things To Do