When I started looking for Easter science activities, I was blown away by all the fun and amazing experiments I found.
There are Easter twists on classic experiments, science with Easter candy, science with eggs, and more fun ideas. I’ve got a whole list of things I want to try at home now.
Where to start? I have no idea! Which one of these Easter science activities do you want to try first?
Egg Science Activities
Add a twist to the classic naked egg experiment with this Rainbow Naked Eggs Experiment at Schooling a Monkey.
Create a cool spider web pattern on eggs when you make these Spider Eggs at JDaniel4’s Mom.
Walk on raw eggs without cracking them with this science project from Housing a Forest.
Learn about osmosis and make Shrinking Eggs at Science Sparks.
Use your empty eggshells to make Egg Geodes with Tinkerlab.
Can you dye a brown egg? Find out with this simple experiment from EDventures for Kids.
Try some science while you dye your eggs with this Volcano Egg Dying project from Housing a Forest.
How strong is an eggshell? Find out with this egg science experiment from Science Sparks.
Easter Candy Science Experiments
Use your leftover jelly beans for this fun Jelly Bean Color Experiment at Crafty Morning.
What happens with you add Peeps to different liquids? Find out with this Peeps Science Experiment from Gift of Curiosity.
Try the classic sink or float experiment with your Easter candy with this fun Peeps Sink or Float experiment from Playdough to Plato.
Explore your sense of taste with this simple science Jelly Bean Taste Test from Childhood 101.
Measure, collect data, and microwave your Peeps with these fun Peeps science ideas from Lemon Lime Adventures.
Find out how jelly beans react to different liquids with this simple Jelly Bean Science idea from Fantastic Fun and Learning.
More Fun Easter Science Activities
Or, you can make a different sort of crystal with these Salt Crystal Easter Eggs from Schooling a Monkey.
Explore physics and ramps with these Plastic Egg Races from Little Bins for Little Hands.
Do some Easter-inspired plant science when you try to grow a carrot top at Laughing Kids Learn.
Use plastic eggs to experiment with magnets with this fun Magnet Science idea from Modern Preschool.
Or, you can experiment with Magnetic Eggs like these from Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls.
Have you made up your mind yet? Which of these Easter science activities are you going to try first?
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