Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Winter science. Get inspired and try out new things.
Make a snowstorm in a jar! This winter science experiment for kids is SO fun, and easy to do with simple supplies.
Salt Crystal Snowflakes - this simple STEM activity transforms pipe cleaners into beautiful crystal snowflakes. Kids will love this easy science project!
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Learn how to make pretend snow with only 2 simple ingredients. The perfect winter sensory play idea.
Ice fishing winter science experiment for kids. Go fishing for ice cubes with ice melting science.
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Snowflake Salt painting Winter Science Science can take many forms and this is a fun winter STEAM activity for the season using super easy supplies. Have you ever tried salt painting for a quick science and art activity? We think snowflake salt painting is tons of fun. Wait till you see how easy it is to set up simple science, STEM, or STEAM at home! #artforkids #wintercrafts #snowflakecrafts #winterscience
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Learn how to make a snowstorm in a jar with this hands-on science experiment. With only a few steps, you'll be able to create snow while staying warm indoors!
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This simple kitchen science experiment teaches kids in a fun, hands-on way how arctic animals stay warm in some of the most brutal weather conditions on earth. This STEM activity works well in a lesson about winter, the arctic, animal adaptations, and many other subjects.
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This fun STEM activity teaches kids about the science of water and ice. They'll be amazed at how it appears you are pouring ice directly from a water bottle with this "instant ice" activity!
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