Toddler Friendly Science Experiments
July 09, 2018 at 12:06 PM
Toddlers can be introduced to the concepts of science and although they may not fully understand them, this is often an area that is so magical for kids. Check out our favourite toddler-friendly science experiments below, they can be fascinating for toddlers!
An egg sinks to the bottom if you drop it into a glass of ordinary drinking water but what happens if you add salt? The results are very interesting and can teach you some fun facts about density.
Use baking soda and vinegar to create an awesome chemical reaction! Watch as it rapidly fizzes over the container and make sure you've got some towels ready to clean up! Get the little ones involved and make it a fun game!
Have you ever tried making music with glasses or bottles filled with water? Experiment with your own special sounds by turning glasses of water into instruments, make some cool music and find out how it works.
Making invisible ink is a lot of fun; you can pretend you are a secret agent as you keep all your secret codes and messages hidden from others. All you need is some basic household objects and the hidden power of lemon juice. Check out the link to find out how to reveal the secret message!
Learn how to make a rainbow with this fun science experiment your little Sprouts. Using just a few simple everyday items you can find out how rainbows work while enjoying an interactive, hands-on activity that’s perfect for kids.
One of the most popular experiments of modern times is the Diet Coke and Mentos Geyser. This experiment is a lot of fun and sure to amaze the little ones (assuming you do it outside rather than in the living room).
Science experiments can be fairly simple. Learning about the human body is great, lie down and drawn around each other with chalk, then label the body parts! Or create a list of nature items and go on a scavenger hunt!
Our Educators love getting involved with fun, educational activities with the Little Sprouts. The smaller group numbers make it easier to cater to the specific interests and abilities of the children.