Thanks for joining us for the next episode in our Science at Home video series. Today we’re sharing water experiments & activities. Try out these fun and easy ideas and get busy doing science together.
Science at Home: Water Experiments & Activities
Watch the video to see our activities and discussion.
1) I talk about creating density layers. You can use saltwater, sugar water, and even fruit juices! Find out more in our layering liquids density experiment post.
4) Cerys from Rainy Day Mum talks about setting up a melting ice experiment and exploring with colored ice.
5) Anthea from Blue Bear Wood discusses how water moves and shows us capillary action can be used to move water from one glass to another. Read more about how water moves through capillary action here.
6) Allison from Learn Play Imagine also shares a walking water experiment.
More Science Ideas
If you enjoy the Science at Home series, you may also enjoy the following:
- Make a hurricane in a bowl of water. It’s a fun way to illustrate the bands of clouds that form.
- Try some simple water play. Practice measuring and pouring with buckets, funnels, and measuring cups.
- Check out this list of science experiments perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.
- Join the Science for Kids Community on Google+. Share your hands-on science activities and be inspired by others.
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