Sugar Aunts: WInter Science Experiments for Kids

WInter Science Experiments for Kids

Winter is here! Did you get pummeled by freezing temps and snow like we did?  Or, maybe you're enjoying sunny skies and warm environments like our Australian readers on the other side of the globe.   Either way, maybe a little wintery inspired science is in order.  These Winter Science Experiments for the kids are just the thing to put you in a winter mood.  (Or just the thing that's needed to cope with the winter blast!) We've got some great topics for you and the kids to use to explore and learn.  This is one collection of Winter Experiments that the kids will love!

snowball experiments

nature studies

arctic animal science

and

ice experiments

 
 

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Winter Science Experiments for Kids


Melting Icebergs from Stir The Wonder
 
Moon Phases Experiment from We Made That
 
 
Nature In Winter-The Cardinal from Teaching Two Stinkers
 
Snowball Experiments from Sugar Aunts
 
Snow Science Experiment from Little Bins for Little Hands
 
Arctic Animals 9 Learning Activities from Gift of Curiosity
 
Polar Bear Science from Sugar Aunts
 
 
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7 comments :

  1. Thanks for featuring our Melting Icebergs post!

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  2. THANK YOU for featuring our Frozen Bubble post :)! I jet added your 'feature button' to that post. Have a GREAT weekend ~ jodie

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  3. I have to go and pin some more of those science idea! So fun!

    Thanks for hosting!

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  4. WOW Thanks so much for featuring our Moon Phases Experiment! And for hosting each week!

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  5. Great ideas!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

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  6. What a great collection of experiments!


    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

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  7. Love these ideas. Thanks for sharing at after school.

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