Science activities for toddlers

Explore fun and educational science activities that will captivate your toddler's curiosity. Discover top ideas to spark their love for learning and exploration.
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Looking for something amazing to do with your toddler or preschoolers? Try this oil and water science experiment from Busy Toddler - so cool!

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Jennifer Meyer
Exciting Magic Milk Science Experiment for Kids Science Experiments, Pre K, Sensory Activities, Montessori, Milk Science Experiment, Science Experiments For Preschoolers, Science Experiments Kids, Easy Science, Kid Experiments

f you are looking for a simple science activity to do with the kids, then look no further! This magic milk science experiment is perfect for you! It amazes the kids every time and it is super easy to do too! Just grab a few household supplies and have a blast with magic milk!

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Sarah Cobb
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This moon sand recipe is so easy to make! With only two ingredients, you'll be playing with this soft and sensory sand within minutes. Moon Sand This moon sand recipe is so much fun. The texture is soft and crumbly, but it also molds really well into different shapes. The kids thought it was the best thing ever! I've tested different kinetic sand recipes before (like this kinetic sand, this moldable play sand and this foam sand), but this one was BY FAR the best. And with only 2 ingredients…

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Taylor Day
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I wasn't sure how these shaving cream rain clouds were going to turn out, but they were beautiful! I love any experiment that's easy enough for my kids to do themselves. And I also love when I get to use a rainbow assortment of colours to create something beautiful. So this was a winner! This activity was easy to put together and allowed us to learn a little bit about weather. Although, my girls were definitely more interested in the hands on part, not so much the learning. But what can you…

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Xènia Castaño Morales