40 STEM Activities for Kids

Activities for ages 4 and up.

STEM activities {Science Technology Engineering and Math} are all the buzz in education. Kids love finding out how things work through fun, hands-on projects and teachers love knowing that they’re preparing students for their techy future. For a little STEM inspiration, check out this awesome roundup of our 40 favorite STEM activities for kids.

40 Awesome STEM Activities Science Projects

Pop Rockets. Awesome science experiment for kids!!.jpg Make exploding pop rockets.

Pull together an easy water drop race. {What We Do All Day} Fireworks-in-a-Jar-300x449 Create fireworks in a jar. {I Can Teach My Child}

Blow up a batch of magic balloons.

Make ordinary flowers glow in the dark. {Fun at Home with Kids} Dancing-Raisins-Cool-Kids-Science-Experiment Make raisins dance. {Coffee Cups and Crayons}

Test out this simple recipe for Oobleck. {STEM Mom} Fun kids' science experiment. Make a rainbow in a jar. {Playdough to Plato} Pour a rainbow in a jar.

Whip up a batch of Magic Aqua Sand. {Paging Fun Mums}

Make pipe cleaners mysteriously float. sand 10 Build a giant sand volcano. {Growing a Jeweled Rose}

Grow plants from seeds.

Make clouds in the kitchen. {Modern Parents Messy Kids} magnetic-slime-1 Create some magnetic slime. {Frugal Fun 4 Boys}

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Malia is a National Board Certified elementary teacher turned stay at home mom to three young kids {5, 3 and 1}. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s in Education {go Stanford Cardinal!} and spent seven years teaching in a classroom before taking time off to raise her little ones.
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  1. I love the tips, that’s so helpful for me in my daily life

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