15 Insanely Cool Preschool Science Projects

Little Einsteins will love this roundup of super fun kids’ science projects. It includes fun ways to learn about density, states of matter, life cycles and so. much. more.

They’re the perfect complement to our Super Cool Science Kit!

15 insanely cool preschool science experiments. Tons of awesome ideas!!

Topping the list is our most popular post to date – a simple density science experiment with a HUGE “wow” factor.
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Make a Rainbow in a Jar by Playdough to Plato

Awesome science activity for kids! Learn about density with this easy Skittles science experiment. {Playdough to Plato}Skittles Rainbow by Playdough to Plato

Butterfly Life Cycle by Mama Miss

Butterfly Life Cycle Activity by Mama Miss


Jelly Bean Science by Teach Preschool


Kitchen Science for Kids: What Will Freeze First? by No Time for Flashcards


Egg Shell Squeeze: Food Science for Kids by Kids Activities Blog

So fun! Simple set up science experiment for kids: Magic Pipe Cleaners. {Playdough to Plato}

Magic Levitating Pipe Cleaners by Playdough to Plato


Learn How Clouds Make Rain by The Happy Housewife

Does It Dissolve? by The Picky Apple

Awesome kids science experiment! See what colors are mixed together to make different shades of candy. {Playdough to Plato}

Candy Chromatography by Playdough to Plato


Exploring Sound: Making a Kazoo by Buggy and Buddy

Walking on Eggs. Awesome science experiment for kids. {Playdough to Plato}

Walk on Eggs by Playdough to Plato


Balloon State of Matter Activity by Fit Kids Clubhouse

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Fizzy Ice {Science Activity for Kids} by Toddler Approved

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Apple Science by Coffee Cups and Crayons

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  1. Scarlet

    I love all these fun kids science project ideas. That is what I want my kids to think about science- that is fun, exploration, to satisfy our curiosity. How they are introduced to science totally matters.

    • Ashley

      Yes! I completely agree!
      Thanks for taking the time to share 🙂
      Ashley // Happiness Ambassador



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