Manual of 50 very fun experiments for children

Making home experiments is a good strategy to learn at school or with the family and motivate children to be interested in science from an early age. It is also a way to stimulate their creativity and help them understand some of the natural phenomena in a simpler and more fun way. There are many easy home experiments for children that will be very interesting. In Infant Stage, we propose some curious and simple ideas to implement.

science experiments This MANUAL of experiments that we share in the area of Download material at the bottom of the article and that we share for educational-pastoral purposes was published by the Andújar Orientation Blog and is aimed at all children, preferably from 8 to 12 years of age; who want to approach Science; Through simple and fun experiments, which can be done with materials and homemade objects.

Below we also share the publication of the Education 2.0 Blog where it shows us “10 experiments for primary school children”.

Experiments for the Primary level

Conducting experiments for children at home is a great way to teach them certain knowledge. In addition, we can help them in the face of certain school subjects and they will be very surprised to know the effects.

Finally, comment that these and other experiments with children must always be done with the presence of an adult. This is very important and we must not ignore it. At home you could dedicate one day a week to experiments with your children; It is a fantastic idea to do things as a family. Do you usually do experiments so that your children learn and have fun?

Which of these experiments for elementary school children did you like the most? Which of them has surprised you the most or caught your attention the most? Do you like to do home experiments with your children? Could you add more experiments to this post?1. Experiments for Elementary School Kids: How to Make a Rainbow

This beautiful experiment, which I have seen on the “One for All” channel, cannot go unnoticed. If you love the rainbow you see in the sky after raining, now you can do it at home. The result can also serve as a decorative object especially if you do it in a beautiful container. What do you think of the experiment?

2. Tutorial to make bouncy eggs

I have seen this simple experiment on the “kitty Sweety” channel and I propose it as something fun and easy to do with a little vinegar and one or two eggs. In the video you can see all the steps to create these jumping eggs. It is also likely that you have seen this experiment with larger eggs and it can be done with everyone, including quail eggs.

3. Experiment on capillarity and color mixing

Striking experiment that I have seen in the channel “Today there is no school!” and it is worth sharing. It is perfect for learning about the capillarity of water and also about the mixture of primary colors. Check out the video and see how easy and fun it is. What do you think of this experiment?

4. Experiment with milk and food coloring

Beautiful experiment conducted by Emma and seen on the channel of “Carlos Mira”. It really is very easy to make and few materials are needed. As a result you will get a beautiful canvas on which to paint whatever you want.

For this experiment you only need a tray-type container, a little milk to cover the bottom, an ear swab or similar and a little liquid soap. What do you think of this experiment?

5. Experiments for primary school children: proving the existence of air

This experiment is very interesting to verify that air exists and occupies a space. Check out this video I’ve seen on the “LITTLE NEWTON” channel and do the experiment at home. What do you think of this demonstration?

6. How to make a smoke cascade

This is probably one of the most seen and popular experiments we can do at home or on the terrace. I’ve seen it on the “Jorge Oguilve” channel and it’s very easy to do. Just put a glass full of warm water and add a piece of dry ice.

7. How to make a glass that you drink alone!

We see this great experiment from the hand of Hilary Nascya, to which she shows us and explains how to do it. It is very easy because you only need a candle, a plate and a glass. Learn this interesting phenomenon of atmospheric pressure in a simple way, for the little ones.

8. Experiments for elementary school children: create your own homemade lava lamp

This is probably one of the most sought-after experiments by parents and teachers. I found this video in the channel “unComo” and they explain in a concise way how to make our own homemade lava lamp. How about learning to make one of these lamps? In addition, you can make it in several colors.

The idea is to do it with oil and effervescent pills, so that it makes the desired reaction. After a few minutes you will have to take one or half a pill again, to continue with the effect. Anyway to make the demonstration is enough with one.

An idea to make it last longer and create another type of bubbles is to use a small candle. It’s easy, you just have to put it inside an empty can with a couple of holes. The can can be tuna and the candle small. We put this set inside the container and you will see what a beautiful effect. Have you ever done this experiment?

9. How to create a swirl of water inside a bottle

This beautiful experiment serves to show the “Coriolis effect” and is very useful as a science work. I’ve seen it on the “I Tell You How It’s Done” channel. The truth is that the result is beautiful and we could even put it to decorate … slowing down the fall of the water with a smaller hole in the lid. To know where to place this it is better that you watch the video. What do you think of this nice experiment for kids? Would you do it at home?

10. Experiments for elementary school children: How to make a liquid that becomes solid

This experiment is one of the easiest because you only need cornstarch (cornmeal) and a little water. The resulting paste is liquid but at the same time solid. Maybe in this video, which I have seen in the channel “chindas12”, they spend a little pouring water, but at home we can take a little less. What do you think of this curious experiment? Have you ever done it at home with your kids?

11. Tea bag rocket

Need:A tea bag.A lighter.A tray.Garbage basket.

Experiment: Cautiously, cut the tea bag on one side and remove the tea. Extend the sachet to shape it into a cylinder and put it on the tray. Turn on the sachet from above and wait for it to fly

Disclosure: Due to the small weight of the sachet, the flow of hot air makes it fly.