Winter is such a fun season to do experiments. What better time of the year to grow blue icy looking crystals or to explore the characteristics of snow and ice? If you've got a little one that is excited to learn all kinds of new things, you will love these winter science experiments we have featured.
1. Does Snow Sink or Float
The simplest things can be the most fascinating, like asking and answering the question “Does snow sink or float?”.
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2. Crystal Garden
Watching the crystals grow is always a bit magical. Perfect opportunity to explain about snow crystals too.
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3. Snow and Oil Experiment
What will happen with snow if you mix it with different pantry ingredients? Let the kids explore and have fun.
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4. Frozen Bubbles
There isn't a more fun way to observe freezing of water than making frozen bubbles.
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5. Sticky Ice Science Experiment
Challenge the students to lift an ice cube with just a little bit of string and… They will be thrilled.
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6. Bouncy Snowballs Recipe
How fun does this sound? A snowball you can play with all year round.
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7. Snow and Water Science Experiment
A must do! Super simple to set up and with great educational value.
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8. Snow Storm in a Jar
A perfect activity to spark the discussion about weather science.
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9. Salt and Ice Activity
Another winter science activity that little kids will enjoy. Perfect any time of the year, but fits winter the most.
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10. Melting Ice Winter Science
Add art to science. Explore melting ice with the help of colors. Mesmerizing.
Source: Artful Parent