Kindergarten Science Activities and Experiments

Kindergarten is a great time to introduce kids to the magic of science! These creative and educational kindergarten science activities are just what educators and parents need to cover basic science skills. Using readily available materials and step-by-step instructions, you'll see your student's face light up as they discover the world of science. Nature activities make a great compliment to these.

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Help your child chart how much he has grown over his school break by creating his own tree-shaped Summer Growth Chart.
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Make "fossils" with your child to hide in the sandbox or at the park or the beach, to help your child explore his archaeological side.
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Help your kindergarten or first grade child use his creativity to make a beautiful magnetic patterned structure while discovering the wonders of magnets.
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Use simple items to create a kindergarten "grow box" that lets a kid see just how salad plants send down their roots and grow underground.
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This activity is a fun way for your first grader to learn about how veggies help your body while being creative with art and drama. Here's how to get started.
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Do this activity to help your kids see how seeds contain "baby" versions of big plant stems, roots, and leaves.
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Help your kindergartener expand social studies and science work while creating this lovely bag clip for the holidays.
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With some cookie dough and ordinary household objects, let your kindergartener explore how fossil imprints are made.
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It's easy to plant your own in-home container garden! This planter contains pizza-themed herbs and is a perfect early gardening activity for kindergarteners.

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