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Physical science activities & experiments that help show your child the fun side of learning science. From easy physical science activities to more advanced, we've got you covered.

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Give your budding young observers a chance to discover simple machines at use in their own home.
Physical Science
Fourth Grade
Ready for takeoff! Make science fun and teach about levers and fulcrums as your child sends pennies flying.
Physical Science
Third Grade
Build an electroscope, a simple device that measures static electricity, or the freely flowing electrical charges of the atmosphere!
Physical Science
High School
Your child will learn science and make a fun new malleable toy with this balloon sandbag science experiment.
Physical Science
Fourth Grade
Your kid can learn about the process of making frozen yogurt and enjoy a homemade, flavorful dessert. Experiment with this fun, chilly food!
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
Make meringues with your first grader and see how states of matter can transform before your very eyes. Here's how:
Physical Science
First Grade
The pinwheel is a simple toy that has been around for years and uses the wonders of the wind to spin it and delight kids of all ages!
Physical Science
Third Grade
It's easier than you think to make homemade play dough -- just a few pantry staples makes a natural version of the toy that kids have loved for generations.
Physical Science
First Grade
Help your second grade scientist explore the timely topic of wind speed using a version of the classic Beaufort Scale.
Physical Science
Second Grade
Illustrate the idea of light refraction with this exciting and mystifying experiment.
Physical Science
Middle School
Has your child ever asked you how a submarine works? Here's a simple bathtub project that will make for a hands-on answer.
Physical Science
Third Grade
Teach your first grade scientist the difference between liquids and solids using maple syrup.
Physical Science
First Grade
Here's a science activity that lets a first grader use an empty dish detergent bottle to create his own fountain as he explores air pressure.
Physical Science
First Grade
Believe it or not, images that are cast upon your eye's light-sensitive screen (called the retina) are upside down. Here's a fun, fast experiment to prove it!
Physical Science
Fourth Grade
Help your first grade scientist celebrate the wonders of the night sky in the comfort of your own home.
Physical Science
First Grade

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