50 FREE Preschool Science Activities
50 free preschool science ideas to use as curriculum, unit studies, or as a supplement to your current homeschool curriculum.
All you need is one ingredient and a little work to make this super fun and easy science experiment.
Let your kids build their very own catapults using conversation hearts and popsicle sticks to learn about kinetic energy and even gravity!
You only need two ingredients, that you probably already have on hand, to make this easy and fun hot science experiment!
This is a fun sensory activity that your kids will love! This mess free activity is perfect for learning about matter or rainbows!
There are so many fun ways to teach your little ones how viscosity works through play time!
Your little ones will love learning about the five senses using these cool sorting cards.
This surprisingly easy crystal science experiment is a great way to learn about crystals and do a fun holiday craft too!
Using a lemon and a bunch of other common household ingredients, your kids will love erupting lemons like a volcano!
Help your little ones learn and understand the different states of matter using this handy activity list!
With this cool science experiment, your kids can experiment with different items and test whether or not they float!
Your little ones will have a blast filling up these balloons using some basic ingredients from around your home.
This easy rainbow jar activity is so easy to prep, and your little ones will have so much fun!
This scratch and sniff art is a fun hands-on science activity for your kids to learn about the five senses.
Your little scientists will think your money is magic once they try out this cool science experiment!
Using a few apples, your kids can utilize them to learn about the five senses and learn a bit more about apples too!
Use items around your house to help teach your kids about weight and how each item has its own unique weight.
Evaporation can be a difficult concept to teach to your little ones, but with this activity, it makes learning about evaporation so much easier!
This fun edible science activity is a great way to make your next movie night an educational one!
With this easy science experiment, your kids will be able to easily learn about surface tension and how it works!
This fun crafting science activity combines art and science to teach your kids all about the life cycle of a ladybug!
Teach your kids about force and gravity using this really simple gravity drop science experiment!
You may not have tornadoes where you live, but with this science experiment, your kids can get an up close look at them!
This cool science project is a great way to teach some basic gardening skills to your little ones while also helping them experiment with soil.
This cool floating or sinking boat experiment is a fun way for your kids to get creative and do some science fun too!
Using this cool all about me preschool science activity, your kids can get to know the parts of the body and more about themselves!
Your kids will learn all about malachite and The United States in this fun patriotic science experiment.
With this cool science experiment, your kids can learn all about their heartbeat, and build their own stethoscope too!
This water density experiment uses sugar water to make a cool and beautiful rainbow in a jar.
These fizzy rainbows are so easy to make, that even your toddler can do them all on their own!
Making fizzing rocks is so easy! This is a great time to talk about different kinds of rocks and introduce chemical reactions.
What’s inside a computer? With this cool experiment your kids can use the scientific method to guess what’s going to happen and then deconstruct a computer.
Use a few simple ingredients to make these adorable little crystal butterflies.
If you’re looking for a fun way to get your kids outside, you can’t go wrong with this cool fizzy sidewalk chalk paint experiment.
Teach your kids about the planets and even the order of them by making these cool outer space hats!
Giant bubbles are such a fun science experiment that you can use to teach your kids about different kinds of bubbles, states of matter, and even the rainbow effect!
This fluffy slime is so easy to make and is a fun way to look at how liquid starch can make such a cool slime!
The next time it snows, bring your kids outside for this fun science experiment in the snow! They’ll make their very own volcano that erupts in fun colors.
If your kids are afraid of the monster that lives under the bed, this simple science activity is perfect!
This fun flower sensory preschool science experiment smells just as nice as it is beautiful!
What fruit will make the best boat? Find out by doing this fun sink or float science experiment.
If you’re looking for a unique way to learn about bugs and even have some Halloween fun, you can’t go wrong with this cool bug specimen experiment.
Watch yoru marshmallows change color with this cool science experiment!
Learn all about butterflies using this cool preschool science set up! This post has everything you need to know when it comes to learning about butterflies
This cool science experiment will not only teach your kids about plants, but also help them identify parts of a flower.
Do you have a kid who loves robots? If they do, they will love this fun preschool science robot game.
This cool apple science experiment will not only help prevent your apples from browning but teach your kids about apples too!
Your kids will want to watch these Warblettes for hours as they grow and change in size!
Teach your kids about planting seeds by having them build and grow their own sprout house!
It might not be snowing where you live, but you can still teach your little ones about blizzards with this fun experiment.
This fun sensory activity has a bunch of great ideas to help your little ones learn about different kinds of fish and the ocean.