1. Frozen Soap Bubbles
Looking for a fun activity you can do when it’s freezing outside? Try blowing bubbles! That’s right—surprising things happen when the water freezes...
2. How Much Water is in Snow?
This quick and easy experiment doubles as a super fun guessing game too!
3. Snow Storm in a Jar
If it’s too chilly to play outside, stay warm and entertain the kids inside with this bubbly chemical reaction.
4. Snowflake Winter Science Lab
This blizzard science experiment gets your kiddo’s gears turning by challenging them to think for themselves.
5. Expanding Snowman
Keep the kids on their toes with an expanding snowman—that might even pop!
6. How do Arctic Animals Stay Warm?
With only four simple materials, this hands-on experiment explains to kids why animals can survive in cold air and water.
7. Hot Chocolate Science
Enjoy a warm, yummy drink and teach the kids about the relationship between temperature and dissolving speed, all at the same time!
8. Magnetic Ice
Combine play time and learning with this super-simple and fun experiment.
9. Pine Cone Science
Send the kids outside to collect pine cones, and then watch them discover how they open up!
10. Grow Your Own Snowflakes
Forget traditional white snow! The kids can grow their own colorful snowflakes indoors to brighten up their winter.
11. Crystal Sun Catchers
This artsy experiment’s end result is simply amazing to look at!
12. Erupting Snowballs
Prepare to get a little messy and enjoy the giggles from your kiddos as the "snow" starts to fizz and bubble.
13. Sticky Ice
This intriguing experiment reveals how to lift an ice cube using only salt and a string—wow!
14. Fizzing Snowflakes
Your little scientist’s senses will be stimulated from the sights and sounds of this simple chemical reaction.