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10 Kitchen Science Experiments for Kids

By June 9, 2020December 23rd, 2020No Comments

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Did you know that you have supplies for teaching and learning science right in your kitchen? Using common household items to experiment with science can be a fun way to spend a rainy afternoon! I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite kitchen science experiments in the kitchen but there are just too many to list!


Kitchen Science Experiments

Egg Drop Project from Buggy and Buddy

Can you design a contraption that will keep the egg from breaking when it’s dropped? This classic STEM project is a favorite for all ages.


Apple Volcanoes from The Resourceful Mama

Make a bubbling volcano out of an everyday apple!


Simple Preschool Baking Soda Science from Little Bins for Little Hands

Fizzy baking soda science for younger kids.


Oil Resistant Art from Playdough and Popsicles

Science meets art in this project that gives little ones a visual lesson of how oil and water don’t mix.


How to make an Egg Shell Disappear from Go Science Girls

Can you peel a raw egg? Find out with this eggshell experiment!


How to make Butter in a Jar from Playdough to Plato

Observe cream in the various stages it goes through to become butter.


Baked Apple Chips

Delicious and easy, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how well these turn out. In just 4 easy steps, make a satisfying, healthful, portable snack.


Solar Oven Pizza from Books and Giggles

Can the sun really cook pizza? Try this experiment to find out!


Hot Chocolate Science from Creative Family Fun

A hand on STEM experiment using hot chocolate. Great for fall or winter kitchen science projects.


Can you make Plastic from Milk? Yes you Can! from STEAM Powered Family

Make plastic from milk with this STEM/STEAM kitchen science experiment.


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