30 Super Cool Science Experiments

Activities for ages 3 to 8.

Looking for an easy way to add some hands-on, super cool science to your home or classroom? I’ve got you covered. These 30 science experiments are easy to prep and require just a few common ingredients like baking soda and salt. And to help young scientists keep track of their results, I also included a NO PREP science journal they’ll love. Get ready for plenty of “oohs” and “aahs”!

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30 jaw-dropping science experiments

Getting Ready

This super cool science pack is bursting with jaw dropping, easy to follow activities for kids.

To get started, print one NO PREP science journal for each child so that she can keep all of her results in one spot.

NO PREP science journal plus 30 awesome science experiments!

Then print the experiment cards on cardstock to give them extra durability. {If you’ll be using them in a classroom, you may also want to laminate them.}

30 awesome science experiment cards

Hook the cards on a book ring for easy storage. Then pull one out when you’re ready for some science fun.

Super Cool Science Kit for Kids

Most of the activities use common household supplies that you likely already have like vinegar, baking soda, eggs and salt but, to help ensure you’re ready for all 30 experiments, I also included a supply list you can check off and take with you to the store.

Simple Supply List

Cool Science Experiments

All 30 cool science experiments are sure to be a hit with kids. They’ll whip up some magic rainbow milk, make raisins dance, create some fluffy Ivory Soap souffle, fish for ice, shine pennies and make water walk…

30 jaw-dropping science experiments

But that’s just the beginning!

Young scientists will also capture a tornado in a jar,

Great kids science! Tornado in a jar

Turn their name into crystals,

Super cool science for kids! Make crystal names!!

Create a water cycle in a bag,

Super fun science for kids. Make the water cycle in a bag!

Make tea bags fly into the air,

Make tea bags fly with this super cool kids science.

Turn an ordinary Ziploc sandwich bag into an adorable little sprout house…

My Little Sprout House

Make the same orange sink and float,

Quick and easy kids science activity. Make an orange sink and float!

And so. much. more. There are 30 super cool science experiments in all.

Experiments Include

  • The Disappearing Egg Shell
  • Walking Water
  • Tornado in a Jar
  • Flying Tea Bags
  • Magic Balloons
  • Disappearing Skittles S
  • Dancing Raisins
  • Volcano in a Jar
  • Rainbow Milk
  • Candy Chromatography
  • Water Cycle in a Bag
  • Crystal Names
  • Fireworks in a Jar
  • States of Matter Balloons
  • Dying Flowers
  • Fluffy Soap
  • Shining Pennies
  • Fishing for Ice
  • Sink or Float
  • Little Sprout House
  • Making Grapes
  • Lava in a Cup
  • Running Pepper
  • Sink and Float Oranges
  • Will it Melt?
  • Peppermint Fireworks
  • Sunscreen Science
  • Is it Magnetic?
  • Phases of the Moon

Grab it Now

Ready to jump in?! Grab your Super Cool Science Kit in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers!

30 jaw-dropping science experiments

Save time, stay inspired and get EVERY student bigger results!

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