winter science experiments
Did you know you can dangle ice on a string? This is an easy experiment for any grade level. Head over and watch this step by step video. We will explain the science and how to make it a fun and easy science lesson. This lesson is great for discovering freezing and melting point.
What surface will melt an ice cube the fastest? Discover which materials are good conductors of heat. This thermal energy lab contains a teacher guide, student lab pages, and reading passages. This is a fun and engaging lab that can be completed in 30 minutes.
Students will develop their Michigan map skills while learning about lake effect snow. This winter weather unit includes a map exploration, a reading passage, hands-on activity, concept maps, comprehension questions, and independent practice. This is a complete teacher lesson plan for print or digital learning for studying the Great Lakes.
Students will develop their Michigan map skills while learning about lake effect snow and the snow belts. This winter weather unit includes a map exploration, a reading passage, hands-on activity, concept maps, comprehension questions, and independent practice. This is a complete teacher lesson plan for print or digital learning for studying the Great Lakes.
Explore the Great Lakes and winter weather with students. This is a complete lesson plan for the classroom. It includes print and digital worksheets. Students will explore the water cycle and how the Great Lakes create lake effect snow. They will identify the snow belts of Michigan and the science behind the phenomenon.
Explore freezing and melting with an easy prep lab. This experiment will engage students discovering which surfaces transfer heat better to the ice cube. It is a great way to learn about insulators and conductors. Complete lesson plans make it a great addition to a chemistry unit.
Explore the science of snow in the Great Lakes region. This weather unit focuses on the snowbelts of Michigan. Students will complete a map exploration, hands-on science experiment, reading passage, concept maps, summary strategies, and comprehension questions. Differentiated and made for print or digital in Google Classroom.
Dangle ice on a string using simple supplies. This fun winter science activity will surprise your students. Meets Next Generation Science Standards and is perfect for the science fair. This fun lesson will teach about freezing and melting. Fun hands-on science project.
Candy hearts will float up and down in this fun experiment. This is a variation of the classic dancing raisin experiment. Teaches students about floating and sinking. Valentine science that is fun and meets NGSS. Lab journal included. Background information guides the teacher. Simple supplies with huge impact.
This is a fun experiment that teaches students about sinking and floating. Candy hearts are used to investigate density. This lesson uses simple supplies and contains a teacher guide. Great for teaching the scientific method. Full lesson plan and details includeds.
This hands-on science investigation teaches students about how crystals form. Discover what type of water will make the best crystals. Borax crystals are easy to make and only take 24 hours. Great for meeting Next Generation Science Standards Science a
Have a blast completing your science fair project by going sledding. This blog post will give you lots of ideas for projects on sledding. Kids will have a great time collecting data and then explaining their projects to the judges. Simple supplies. All you need is a sled and snow.
This hands-on science investigation teaches students about how crystals form. Discover what type of water will make the best crystals. Borax crystals are easy to make and only take 24 hours. Great for meeting Next Generation Science Standards Science and Engineering Practices and Matter and Its Interactions. Simple supplies with clear results.
What kind of water should you use when making borax crystals. Follow the scientific method as you discover which crystal has the most mass. Modify the experiment for the holidays by turning into crystal ornaments. Complete teacher guide and lesson plans included. Creates crystals overnight. Just get some pipecleaners, borax, and water.
Simple snow science experiments for kids. No preparation needed! Winter STEM activities encourage curiosity, love of nature and science. Scientific sensory play activities kids learn how to hypothesize, observe, record result, and make conclusions. Fun outdoor or indoor kids activities for cold winter. #ScienceForKids #STEMforKids #iGameMomSTEM #ScienceActivities #STEMactivities #winter #STEM #Activities
Kids will have fun with this melting snowman where they will melt the snowman using a fun winter science experiment. This snowman activity is perfect for toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten to sneak in a fun winter STEM activity where they will build a snowman and then melt it with snow science experiments observing simple chemistry for kids.
Explore the magic of the holidays by learning about chemistry. The 5 Chemistry experiments are ideal for the classroom. They use the scientific method while learning about diffusion, chemical reactions, freezing and melting, and crystal creation. Links to complete lesson plans and worksheets provide. STEM and STEAM teacher approved.