Science Activities

Science activities are fun and interesting for kids of all ages. We have a variety of activities that do not require a lot of materials and are easy to do.

We have a number of Earth science activities. Water towers is an activity about water pressure used to deliver water to people living in the city. If you would like to cook up a fun activity you can do that with our Pizza of the Earth activity. Want to see how much of our planet is covered with water? Try our Globe Toss activity. 

A great physical science activity that teaches a basic understanding of simple molecules is the Earth's Elements activity. Dinosaur footprints have been found in many places where mud turned to sedimentary rocks. You can make your own Dinosaur Footprints in this fun activity.

Our geology activities include make the Marshmallow Crystals shown in the picture above. You can also simulate earthquake waves in a very simple activity. Want a little more challenge in an activity try making and flying our Loop Airplanes.

More Science Activity Links

Water Tower - Water cycle activity This activity demonstrates how water towers work using recycled materials.

Cookie Dig - Fun Science Activities See how much money you can make digging for "ore" in this fun activity.

Pizza of the Earth - Earth Sci. Activities Learn the major areas inside the Earth while having a pizza for dinner in this good to eat science activity. 

Granite Cookies Kids Science Activities Create granite cookies that resemble rocks that form the base of all the continents in this good to eat and fun activity.

Shield Volcano - Volcano Activities Create a shield volcano out of clay like the Hawaiian Islands in this hands on science activity. 

Earth's Elements - Physical Sci. Activities Create four common molecules out of clay in this easy and fun activity. 

Dinosaur Footprints - Fossil Activities Create sedimentary dinosaur footprints using miniature dinosaurs in this Earth science activity. 

Loop Airplanes - Flight Activities Get some friends together and build loop airplanes made from straws and circles of construction paper.

Tree Rings - Life Science Activity  You can be a science detective and discover what the weather was like by looking at tree rings. Learn more in this fun activity. 

Globe Toss - Earth Science Activity Compare the size of the world's oceans in this activity that is just a toss up of fun! 

Earthquake Waves - Simple Sci. Activities Earthquake waves cause rice to shake rattle and roll in this science activity.

Nature Mobile - Elementary Sci.  Activities Go for a nature walk to gather materials to create your very own special and unique nature mobile.

Marshmallow Crystals - Geology Activities Learn the difference between glassy, microscopic crystals and large crystals in this fun and good to eat science project.

Science Activities Fun and easy activities that demonstrating science concepts can be found on this page

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