With the days getting warmer and the summer holidays fast approaching, I’m sure all of the children are excited to spend some time in the sun. The summer holidays is the perfect time to engage young minds in exciting and educational activities. And what better way to spark their interest than with some fun and engaging science experiments? From making slime to building volcanoes, there are plenty of hands-on science activities to keep kids entertained and learning throughout their summer break.
Here are some cool science ideas to keep your young scientists busy this summer:
🔬 Make slime with simple ingredients like glue, borax and food colouring. Add glitter for some extra sparkle!
🌋 Build a volcano using baking soda, vinegar, and food colouring for a fantastic chemical reaction.
🔭 Explore the stars with a telescope or stargazing app. Encourage children to discover the different constellations and learn about our universe.
🧪 Create a simple science kit that includes magnets, plants, rocks, and a microscope. Encourage your children to explore the objects under the microscope and learn how to identify different types of plants and minerals.