Time is winding down on Christmas and it is right around the corner. Kids are either out of school or taking a break from homeschool to enjoy the holidays with the family, however they are still in need of activities to keep them busy and entertained, right? How about a few simple christmas science activities for kids to help keep their brains engaged over the holidays?
We have had so much fun this month mixing, testing and creating some really fun science activities. If you are a regular here, you probably already know just how much we love science. I thought it would be really fun to gather all of the science activities from this Christmas into one place, so they are easy to find.
Pine Cone Science Experiment for Kids
Scented Salt Dough Experiment with Aromatherapy
Building Structures with Candy Gumdrops
Do you have a favorite Winter or Christmas Science Experiment? I would love to know! Connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram or subscribe by email. I can’t wait to hear your ideas.
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TIME FOR STEM SCIENCE BLOG HOP!
Every Saturday we will get so many wonderful ideas linked up from around the web that we have decided we want to feature some of these great ideas. That’s why every Saturday, I will pick from the posts linked up and feature my absolute favorites. This might be a hard choice to make, luckily you can always head over to last week’s post and check out more great science resources!
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3 thoughts on “Simple Christmas Science Activities for Kids”
I love the gumdrop building structures! Great experiments to share with your little ones over the holidays. Since I saw this late, I’ll have to save them for next year, but I will definitely be using them. Thanks for the suggestions.
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